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Monolithic CTMC model for a wireless system with channel failure and repair. model, the lower-level performance model described in Fig. 34B is solved to compute the dropping probability and blocking probability. These measures are then used as reward rates in the upper level model. Likewise, for each state i (CÀg,. ,1) on the availability model, the lower-level performance model described in Fig. 34C is solved, and the results are used as reward rates to the availability model. Note that the performance model in Fig.