Stationary probabilities are fundamental in response to various measures of performance in queueing networks. Solving stationary probabilities in Quasi-Birth-and-Death (QBD) with phase-type distribution normally are dependent on the structure of the queueing network. In this paper, a new computing scheme is developed for attaining stationary probabilities in queueing networks with multiple servers. This scheme provides a general approach of considering the complexity of computing algorithm. The result becomes more significant when a large matrix is involved in computation. The background theorem of this approach is proved and provided with an illustrative example in this paper.
Queueing Theory and Network Applications, 2011, 193-207