Steady-State Analysis of Unreliable Preemptive Priority Retrial Queue with Feedback and Two-Phase Service Under Bernoulli Vacation

  • S. YuvaraniEmail author
  • M. C. Saravanarajan
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This article discusses the concepts of preemptive priority retrial queue with two-phase service, feedback, and Bernoulli vacation for an unreliable server, which consists of breakdown period. The queue involves two types of customers, known as priority and ordinary customers. The server provides first essential service and second essential service to the arriving customers or customers from the orbit. The server takes Bernoulli vacation, when an orbit becomes empty. The supplementary variable technique is used to obtain the steady-state probability generating functions for the system/orbit and some important system performance measures.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of MathematicsVITVelloreIndia

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