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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Kendall introduced a standard notation for classifying queuing systems into different types [10].
A spokesman for Southern said: "We put queuing systems in place at East Croydon.
Arriva Trains Wales is trying out new queuing systems following this weekend's Monster Jam event that is expected to attract around 30,000 fans.
Arriva Trains Wales is trying out new queuing systems after this weekend's Monster Jam event, which is expected to attract about 30,000 fans.
Obzherin and Boyko present students, academics, researchers, and working mathematicians with a description of a valuable methodology that can be employed in the building of models of reliability, technical control, and queuing systems.
In a number of works of the author, models of network queuing systems with heterogeneous services were constructed (Boicov, 2009; 2011a).
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.
Provider of virtual queuing systems for leisure attractions reported on Thursday that it has signed a five year agreement to install and operate its new Q-band water park ride reservation system for Zoombezi Bay, which is owned and operated by Columbus Zoo and Aquarium.
A new smartphone-based ticketing and queuing solution from Lo-Q (AIM:LOQ), a provider of virtual queuing systems for theme parks and other attractions, is to be piloted at The London Eye, the company announced today.
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.
Request for registration of suppliers to supply office requisites, copying paper, instruments, equipment & operating consumables for plastic (credit) cards handling systems (ATM units), printed stationery & computer continuous forms, other instruments pertaining to typical banking systems including cheque printing, cash counting & mail franking machines, copiers, banknote detection machines, customers queuing systems, electronic display boards & public address systems, also related maintenance to all the above.
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.