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queueing

[′kyü·iŋ]
(engineering)
The movement of discrete units through channels, such as programs or data arriving at a computer, or movement on a highway of heavy traffic.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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where [W.sub.Q] is the packet queueing delay, and ([x.sub.i]) is the weight of the delay in each state.
We study the service-coupled queueing system under Markovian assumptions.
Moreover, improving overall network capacity by developing appropriate queueing models to address the RA problems was never carried out, making this work uniquely different.
No Tills opened while queueing? No Comment: Was reasonably busy mostly with people doing small basket tea time shops.
"The legs needed to be securely anchored to the ground so the structure adds complexity to the queueing.
Queueing models with phase service accommodate the real-world situations more closely.
FANS started queueing 20 HOURS before the launch of the new iPhone 5 in Birmingham.
Customers could be mobile, go shopping and have fun while queueing.
Researchers found that 150 seconds was the point at which 60 per cent of us start muttering darkly when queueing at the Post Office, waiting for a train or trying to get to the bar, reports the Daily Mail.
Julian Chamberlain, managing director of shopping company Retail Active, said Ireland also fell into the top five of countries in a table of overall customer satisfaction, including queueing times and the way people are treated by staff.
The Indian Embassy does not have a queueing system.