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Also, at this stage, we do not make any distinctions between classes of entities. With that in mind, we present some details of queueing systems. 4. This is also called a single-stage queue. There is a single waiting line and one or more servers (such as at a bank or post office). We will use the term “servers” generally but sometimes for specific systems we would call them processors or machines. We call the entities that arrive and flow through the queueing system as customers, jobs, products, parts, or just entities.

R. 3 Rate diagram for (K, R) inventory system. λ K+ 2 K+ 1 K λ λ λ R+K R+K–1 λ λ λ 17 Introduction Then, p0 can be obtained using p0 1 + θ λ R i=1 K+R i=0 pi = 1 =⇒ θ θ φi−1 + (K − R) φR + λ λ R (φR − φi−1 ) = 1, i=1 where φ = 1 + (θ/λ). Also, the steady-state distribution for i > 0 is ⎧ θφi−1 ⎪ 1 ≤ i ≤ R, ⎪ ⎪ λ+KθφR ⎪ ⎨ R θφ pi = R < i ≤ K, λ+KθφR ⎪ ⎪ ⎪ R i−k−1 ⎪ ) ⎩ θ(φ −φ K < i ≤ K + R. λ+KθφR We need to compute the distribution and expected value of the number of items in inventory the instant a demand arrives.

We will present some examples to illustrate the results. It may be worthwhile to pay attention to the assumptions (or conditions) stated to describe the results. Notice that Little’s law is for discrete entity queues, not continuous (although one can derive the equivalent to Little’s law for continuous). 4 Little’s Law for Discrete Flow Systems Consider a flow system that satisfies flow conservation. Further, assume that the flow system is stable and has discrete entities flowing through. 6 exist, we also assume that the flow system is asymptotically stationary and ergodic.

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