Natarajan Gautam's Analysis of Queues : Methods and Applications. PDF

By Natarajan Gautam

ISBN-10: 1439806594

ISBN-13: 9781439806593

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Next we proceed to describe some preliminary analytical results that are useful to a variety of systems, not just queueing systems. 2 that describes a flow system. Note that the flow system may or may not be a queueing system. Essentially, entities flow into the system, spend a finite time in the system and then leave the system. , uncountable). 2 A flow system with inputs and outputs. System Output 9 Introduction busses into which people enter and exit whenever the bus stops; cash register at a store into which money enters and exits; fuel reservoir in a gas station where gasoline enters when a fuel tanker fills it up and it exits when customers fill up their vehicle gas tanks; theme parks where riders arrive into the park, spend a good portion of their day going on rides and leave.

Having said that, let us go over a model selection exercise using an example not related to queueing. Say you are interested in knowing whether or not a missile would strike a particular stationary target, given the setting from where it is launched. By “setting” we mean the speed, direction, weight of the missile, and location at the time of launch. For simplicity, assume that the missile has no control system to adjust on the fly (so it is more like a cannon ball from a traditional cannon). How would you go about determining whether or not the missile will strike the target?

Of course one could model a multistation queueing network as a single flow system, but in practice one typically models in a decomposed manner where each node in a network is a single-flow system. This justifies considering a single station. Also, at this stage, we do not make any distinctions between classes of entities. With that in mind, we present some details of queueing systems. 4. This is also called a single-stage queue. There is a single waiting line and one or more servers (such as at a bank or post office).

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