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Some problems in the analysis of queing systems

Author: Maurice W Sasieni; Case Institute of theory. Operations Research Group.
Publisher: Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio : Aeronautical Research Laboratory, Office of Aerospace Research, United States Air Force ; Arlington, Va. : Reproduced by the Armed Services Technical Information Agency, 1961.
Series: Aerospace Research Laboratories (U.S.).; ARL
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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A summary is given of the main techniques which have been used in the analysis of queuing systems. This is followed by discussion of several independent problems: (1) a two counter problem, where arrivals join the shorter queue; (2) some numerical methods for determining the transient behavior of finite queues; (3) double queues, with impatient customers and service clerks -- typified by a taxi-stand with queues of  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Maurice W Sasieni; Case Institute of theory. Operations Research Group.
OCLC Number: 8978044
Notes: Library's copy imperfect: leave 113 wanting.
"Prepared for the Applied Mathematics Branch, Research Aeronautical Research Laboratory, by the Operations Research Group, Case Institute of Technology."
"December 1961."
"ARL 97."
"Contract AF 33(66)--6446, Project 7071, Task 70430."
"AD 275 250."
Description: volumes 116 leaves : illustrations ; 28 cm
Series Title: Aerospace Research Laboratories (U.S.).; ARL
Responsibility: Maurice W. Sasieni.

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A summary is given of the main techniques which have been used in the analysis of queuing systems. This is followed by discussion of several independent problems: (1) a two counter problem, where arrivals join the shorter queue; (2) some numerical methods for determining the transient behavior of finite queues; (3) double queues, with impatient customers and service clerks -- typified by a taxi-stand with queues of passengers and taxis; (4) the use of Laplace transforms in analysis of queues; (5) the relation among the mean arrival rate, the mean number in the system, and the mean waiting time of an arrival; (6) the application of queuing theory to job-shop analysis; and (7) the estimation of system parameters from observations on the behavior of the queue. A bibliography is inclosed.

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