Queueing NETwork analyzer

QNET is a software package developed by Jim Dai at Georgia Tech and J. Michael Harrison at Stanford University. It can be used to analytically predict performance measures of queueing networks. The internal logic is to use a d-dimensional reflected Brownian motion to model the workload process in a d-station network. The package contains an engine bnet to compute the stationary distribution of a reflected Brownian motion. It also contains two front end programs mcn and gjn to convert queueing network data into Brownian model data. The software is copyrigted and is freely available in many platforms, including DOS and virtually any UNIX machines.