Queueing Theory and Other Probability Questions
Queueing theory is the theory of standing in lines. We stand in lines waiting for a teller machine at a bank, in checkout lines at grocery stores, and in many other places. Switch computer jobs are in a queue. Processing incoming data events in an experiment may involve queueing theory. We start with an example of this latter process.
KeywordsTraffic Intensity Busy Period Queue Size Bernoulli Trial Break Machine
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