Priority systems with semi-Markov switching and control on complex networks

Programmee:International Collaboration
Code:13.820.08.06 STCU.F/5854
Execution period:2013 – 2014
Institutions:Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science
Project Leader:Mishkoy Gheorghe
Participants: Lozovanu Dmitrii, Bejenari Diana, Mitev Lilia, Andronati Nicolae, Luchian Eugenia
Financed by:The Science & Technology Center in Ukraine (STCU), Academy of Sciences of Moldova (ASM)


Priority queueing models and queueing networks play an important role in various practical problems, especially in contemporary Networks and Call-Centers. The implementation of priority disciplines and their algorithms essentially promotes the improvement of the functioning of real systems. However, the impetuous development of contemporary network technologies has posed new challenges and requirements, in particular, to develop new mathematical models, algorithms and priority disciplines which should be more flexible and more adequate to real processes compared with known classical ones.

The objective of this research project is to identify critical key problems in Queueing Theory and Queueing Networks and to develop efficient methods, algorithms, and software implementation for solving these problems. The research will focus on the elaboration and analysis of a large class of queueing models with new priority disciplines and semi-Markov switchover time.