A loss system is a collection of resources to which calls, each with an associated holding time and class, arrive at random instances (see Figure 1.1). An arriving call either is admitted into the system or is blocked and lost; if the call is admitted, it remains in the system for the duration of its holding time. The admittance decision is based on the call’s class and the system’s state.
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- Multiservice Loss Systems
PhD Keith W. Ross
- Springer London
- Chapter 1