Controllable queueing and degradation systems: Performance and reliability analysis
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The 59th Conference of Lithuanian Mathematical Society
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Queueing and degradation systems belong to a class of dynamic stochastic systems with a given probabilistic law of motion. The queueing systems describe a service process of the customers that come randomly to the system and can be served in a random time. The degradation systems describe the behavior of the degrading unit that can completely fail in a random time by passing through different intermediate degradation states.
In this talk we discuss manifold stochastic systems that have different structure and configuration.
The common feature of the proposed systems is that they are
controllable, that is the systems are supplied by a controller or decision maker who controls the state transitions by taking a sequence of control actions according to a specified control policy. The controller may considerably improve the system's performance and reliability comparing to the non-controllable models.
For stochastic modelling of the proposed systems we use multi-dimensional controllable Markov processes which can be applicable in many real applications.
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