Patnaik, LM and Rajendra, Prasad V (1981) Hybrid Simulation of Queuing-System Dynamics. In: IEEE Transactions on Reliability, 30 (1). 75 - 78.
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This paper presents a simple hybrid computer technique to study the transient behaviour of queueing systems. This method is superior to stand-alone analog or digital solution because the hardware requirement is excessive for analog technique whereas computation time is appreciable in the latter case. By using a hybrid computer one can share the analog hardware thus requiring fewer integrators. The digital processor can store the values, play them back at required time instants and change the coefficients of differential equations. By speeding up the integration on the analog computer it is feasible to solve a large number of these equations very fast. Hybrid simulation is even superior to the analytic technique because in the latter case it is difficult to solve time-varying differential equations.
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|Date Deposited:||04 Jan 2010 07:22|
|Last Modified:||19 Sep 2010 05:47|
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