On a BMAP/G/1 Retrial System with Two Types of Search of Customers from the Orbit
A single server retrial queueing model, in which customers arrive according to a batch Markovian arrival process (BMAP), is considered. An arriving batch, finding server busy, enters an orbit. Otherwise one customer from the arriving batch enters for service immediately while the rest join the orbit. The customers from the orbit try to reach the server subsequently and the inter-retrial times are exponentially distributed. Additionally, at each service completion epoch, two different search mechanisms are switched-on. Thus, when the server is idle, a competition takes place between primary customers, the customers coming by retrial and the two types of searches. It is assumed that if the type II search reaches the service facility ahead of the rest, all customers in the orbit are taken for service simultaneously, while in the other two cases, only a single customer is qualified to enter the service. We assume that the service times of the four types of customers namely, primary, repeated and those by the two types of searches are arbitrarily distributed with different distributions. Steady state analysis of the model is performed.
KeywordsBatch Markovian arrival process Orbit Retrials Customers search Group service
This work has been financially supported by the Russian Science Foundation and the Department of Science and Technology (India) via grant No 16-49-02021 (INT/RUS/RSF/16) for the joint research project by the V.A. Trapeznikov Institute of Control Problems of the Russian Academy Sciences and the CMS College Kottayam.
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