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input queue

A reserved segment of disk or memory that holds messages that have been received or job control statements describing work to be done.
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the processing time of the frame passing between layers and the time needed to transfer the frame via the internal bus to the switch backplane, [t.sub.sf] is the switching fabric delay itself, [t.sub.iq] is the input queue delay (e.g.
So, in this model, the break-even point for standalone is at about 5,000 feet for both five and ten jobs/day joining the input queue; whereas, given plenty of new jobs, the hybrid system remains the most profitable option until run-lengths reach about 15,000 feet.
Ke, "The analysis of a general input queue with N policy and exponential vacations," Queueing Systems, vol.
Medhi, "A single server Poisson input queue with a second optional channel," Queueing Systems, vol.
The generated flow of storage loads arrives in the system input queue [Q.sub.in] and waits for the SRM to deliver loads to the rack storage locations [Q.sub.rack].
Goswami and Mund [23] investigated a discrete-time batch service renewal input queue with multiple working vacations.
The work of Madan was generalized by Medhi [12] who studied a single server Poisson input queue with a second optional channel.
When a part arrives at system input queue of the shop floor, the part agent requests the input queue agent with FIPA-Request interaction protocol to add it to the queue.
A part requesting processing for a particular operation will cause WINQ to scan the machines for one capable of performing the requested operation with at least one spot available in its input queue. Those meeting this requirement are placed in a temporary candidate machine set.
Every query plan is connected to the shared action operator via a common input queue of the operator.
DigiPage provides the ability to RIP PostScript or PDF pages through a single input queue and intelligently route the resulting DigiPage files by file name, publication date, page number, section, and other criteria to specific output destinations.
The expected routing time in an n-input butterfly is O(log n) and in the case of geometric interarrival times the expected time a packet spends in the input queue is also O(log n).