queueing theory

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queueing theory

[′kyü·iŋ ‚thē·ə·rē]
(mathematics)
The area of stochastic processes emphasizing those processes modeled on the situation of individuals lining up for service.
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Contract notice: Rent, delivery and installation of electronic message boards and queuing systems.
These introductory queuing systems are beneficial across all markets especially: retail, healthcare, government, colleges and universities, gaming, and more.
2011, The M/M/1 Queue with Synchronized Abandonments, Queuing Systems, Vol.
College Station) offers a graduate textbook for one or two courses designed to bridge the considerable gap between undergraduate textbooks and professional journals on the design, control, and performance analysis of queuing systems.
The company has reported that its properties in Atlanta, US, will implement the virtual queuing systems, or Flash Pass, for guests at its theme parks.
Lo-Q (LOQ), which provides virtual queuing systems to some of the world's leading theme parks, said trading continued to be "very strong" and expects full-year results significantly ahead of current market forecasts.
Queuing systems will be in place at Edinburgh Waverley and Glasgow Central stations before kick-off and at Mount Florida and Glasgow Queen Street after the match.
If anyone is thinking of contacting the TJ team, but has put it off because most organisations now employ those irritating telephone queuing systems (press one to wait all day, press two if you have an unusually long life expectancy and can be ignored for longer etc), don't worry.
A spokeswoman for Northumberland, Tyne and Wear Strategic Health Authority, responsible for overseeing services in the area, said as far as she knew queuing systems were not being used elsewhere in the region.
Specifically, the project investigates queuing models and cost effectiveness of different queuing systems for a small eating establishment.
Queuing systems can be seen in action at airports large or small in every corner of the world, and understanding queues and queue psychology is becoming the best route to a profitable enterprise.
A scalable runtime server, based on the PolarLake Dynamic XML Runtine that integrates with deployed enterprise infrastructure such as queuing systems, management infrastructure and legacy applications.