Retrial inventory system with negative customers and service interruptions View Full Text


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DATE

2015-06

AUTHORS

P. Vijaya Laxmi, M. L. Soujanya

ABSTRACT

In this paper, we consider a single server queueing system wherein demands arrive according to Poisson process, each demanding exactly one unit of inventory item. The operating policy is (s, S) policy in which an order is placed for a quantity up to S whenever the inventory level falls to s. The ordered items are received after a random time which is exponentially distributed. The service may be interrupted according to Poisson process in which case it restarts after an exponentially distributed time. The demands that occur during the server breakdown period or stock-out period may turn out to be ordinary or negative and they enter into the orbit of infinite size. These demands retry after a random time, which is again exponentially distributed. Matrix geometric solution is obtained for the steady state distribution of the model. Various performance measures and cost analysis are shown with numerical results. More... »

PAGES

212-224

References to SciGraph publications

  • 2006-01. Numerical analysis of(s, S) inventory systems with repeated attempts in ANNALS OF OPERATIONS RESEARCH
  • 2007-03. A perishable inventory system with service facilities, MAP arrivals and PH — Service times in JOURNAL OF SYSTEMS SCIENCE AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
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    OPSEARCH

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    2

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    52

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