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queue

Informatics A waiting line for a document Vox populi, UK
A line. See Gender queue.
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Stoica, "Multi-Resource Fair Queueing for Packet Processing", SIGCOMM'12, August 13-17, 2012, Helsinki, Finland.
Therefore, the average packet waiting time of the MMPP/G/1 is a weighted sum of the average packet queueing delays of the Mi/G/1 queues, expressed as
This is the case for the queueing system investigated in this paper.
The above-mentioned works have all addressed RA problems in CRN but without any consideration of queueing capabilities in achieving better (and/or optimal) solutions.
One fan, who said he had been queueing for hours, said: "I've been told there is only 60 pairs in store, so I've come early to make sure I get my spot but even then I nearly didn't get here in time.
Another till was opened up immediately to ease congestion, and queueing took two minutes.
Vijayashree et al [4] proposed fluid queue modulated by a single server queueing model subject to catastrophes under steady state conditions.
We decided that with those canopies removed we would be able to manage the queueing system with extra efficiency.
We talked about our "love" of queueing on the show this week and asked our listeners what they'd queued for: We had people we had queued for 18hrs to get football tickets and one woman who queued over night to get a copy of Titanic when it came out on video!
Queueing is as much a key part of our national characteristic as talking about the weather, sarcasm, moaning, fascination with property prices, cricket, warm beer, plum-coloured passports and the ability to laugh at ourselves.
In congestion situations of day-to-day as well as industrial problems, it has been realized that queueing models with phase service play vital role in depicting and analyzing queueing situations.