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|Title:||Triggered batch movement in queueing networks|
|Citation:||Queueing Systems, 1995; 21(1-2):125-141|
|W. Henderson, B.S. Northcote and P.G. Taylor|
|Abstract:||A product form equilibrium distribution is derived for a class of queueing networks, in either discrete or continuous time, in which multiple customers arrive simultaneously, multiple customers complete service simultaneously, and any event occurring in the network can force/trigger the release of multiple customers to be routed through the network.|
|Keywords:||Product form; batch movement; triggered transitions; state dependence|
|Description:||The original publication is available at www.springerlink.com|
|Appears in Collections:||Applied Mathematics publications|
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