Technological advancements have made computations with discrete-time models as the necessity. This study proposes a queueing model for discrete time retrial with displacement and Feedback. If upon arrival a primary customer finds the server to be occupied, may choose to displace the current customer (p=theta) or to join the orbit (p-theta bar). On the other hand, he may get served instantenously upon arrival if the service renderer is free. In addition, the served customer will be subjected to Bernouli feedback. Generating functions and Performance measures are derived for the proposed model. Further, stochastic decomposition law is established and numerical validation presented.
Volume 11 | 12-Special Issue