Markov Modeling of Multiclass Loss Systems Na, Seong-Ryong;
This paper studies the Markov modeling of multiclass loss systems supporting several kinds of customers. The concept of unit for loss systems is introduced and the method of equal probability allocation among units is especially considered. Equilibrium equations and limiting distribution of the loss systems are studied and loss probabilities are computed. We analyze an example of a simple system to gain an insight about general systems.
Multiclass;Loss system;Markov process;Unit;Equal probability allocation;Loss probability;
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