Transient analysis of the successful and blocked events in retrial queues
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The phenomenon of repeated attempts arises naturally in telecommunication and computer networks. One aspect of the retrial feature is considered in this paper, where we investigate the transient behavior of the successful and blocked events made by the primary customers and the retrial customers.
KeywordsRetrial queues Transient analysis Successful and blocked events
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