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|Title:||QNAT: a graphical tool for the analysis of queueing networks|
|Citation:||TENCON '98: Proceedings of the IEEE Region 10 International Conference on Global Connectivity in Energy, Computer, Communication and Control (V 2), 17-19 December 1998, 320-323|
|Abstract:||The Queueing Network Analysis Tool (QNAT) is a powerful package for analysing a wide variety of queueing networks. QNAT has a friendly GUI for a PC-Windows environment and uses MathematicaTM as its computing platform. QNAT can handle general configurations of open and closed networks of both finite and infinite capacity queues. Incorporation of fork-join nodes (with and without a synchronising queue), multiclass customers, mixed customer classes and blocking mechanisms of different types are some of the other features available in QNAT.|
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