Fluid and Diffusion Approximations of a Two-Station Mixed Queueing Network (Classic Reprint)
This paper is devoted to the analysis of the network pictured in Figure l, which consists of two stations serving both open and closed customers. Open customers enter the network at station land depart the network after being served. Closed customers, on the other hand, circulate between stations 1 and 2 for service. Because there are no external arrivals of closed customers nor are there departures, the number of closed customers in the network remains constant in time. We denote by N the number of closed customers in the system.
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