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queuing theory

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(Mathematics) a mathematical approach to the rate at which components queue to be processed by a machine, instructions are accessed by a computer, orders need to be serviced, etc, to achieve the optimum flow
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Fluid queueing model, which is dedicated to deal with the correlation structure in network traffic and classical queueing theory, which focuses on the packet level burstiness.
Fundamentals of Queueing Theory, 4th Edition, John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken
To develop an evaluation framework for the productivity and cost-efficiencies of these models while controlling for AWTs, we use a systems modeling method called queueing theory (Gross and Harris 1985).
A distributed system described in terms of classical Queueing Theory is mapped onto TCPN structure, then executed and analyzed.
Elements of queueing theory, volume 26 of Applications of Mathematics (New York).