Waiting Lines and Queuing Theory Models
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Waiting Lines and Queuing Theory Models


  • Undergraduate
  • 565

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A queuing model can be referred to as a system which comprises one or more than one server that offers distinctive services to the customers. Generally, the arriving customers attempt to join one or more than one queue facing the servers, if they are found to be busy. The queuing models have evidently been very useful for applications in different practical areas. This may include the production, the communication as well as the inventory systems. The queuing system can be characterized by several elements namely, arrival procedure of customers, queue discipline, service mechanism and the behavior of customer. (Systems Modelling and Simulation)Firstly, the arrival procedure consists of portraying the way of arrival used by the customers to the system. The arrivals might derive from one or

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