Analysis of an M[X]/G/1 Feedback Retrial Queue with Two Phase Service, Bernoulli Vacation, Delaying Repair and Orbit Search

P Rajadurai, K Indhira, M C Saravanarajan, V M Chandrasekaran


In this paper, we considered a batch arrival feedback retrial queue with two phase of service under Bernoulli vacation schedule and orbit search. At the arrival epoch of a batch, if the server is busy, under repair or on vacation then the whole batch joins the orbit. Where as if the server is free, then one of the arriving customers starts his service immediately and the rest join the orbit. At the completion epoch of each service, the server either goes for a vacation or may wait for serving the next customer. While the server is working with any phase of service, it may breakdown at any instant and the service channel will fail for a short interval of time. The repair process does not start immediately after a breakdown and there is a delay time for repair to start. After vacation completion, the server searches for the customers in the orbit (i.e. customer in the orbit, if any taken for service immediately) or remains idle. The probability generating function of the number of customers in the system and orbit are found using the supplementary variable technique. The mean numbers of customers in the system/orbit and special cases are analyzed. The effects of various parameters on the performance measure are illustrated numerically.

Keywords: Feedback, retrial queue, Bernoulli vacation, delaying repair, orbit search

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