This paper is focused on stability conditions of a multi-server queueing system with regenerative input flow where a random number of servers is simultaneously required for each customer and each server's completion time is constant. It turns out that the stability condition depends on the rate of the input flow and not on its structure.
Usually in service systems with bids for proceeding in the queue interactions between players are ignored, and symmetric information is assumed. The aim of this paper is to explore the influence of communication between players on the total amount of bribes. Preliminary results show that under imperfect information interactions in groups and the properties of the utility function and key parameters are relevant for the equilibrium level of corruption in the system.
The book uncludes presentation material allowing to perceive easier the content of laboratory works on discipline Methods of researches in management . The presentation material on the following laboratory works is presented: 1) Modeling of dependence of results of economic activity of the enterprise from economically significant factors a method of the correlation and regression analysis; 2) Development of the optimum production program of the company; 3) Optimization of functioning of system of mass service.