Simulation by Incremental Stochastic Transition Matrices (SISTM),
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Simulation by Incremental Stochastic Transition Matrices SISTM is a direct probabilistic simulation technique applicable to most queueing systems. SISTM uses a state vector giving the probability, for each queue, that the queue has X units waiting for service X 0,1,2,3,...... This state vector is updated every time increment by multiplying it by a transition matrix giving the probability that the queue length changes from X to X units. SISTM can change the arrival and service distribution every time increment, can use any discrete service time distribution, and can be used to evaluate systems which have sequential and parallel queues.
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