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Unformatted text preview: times. 6 Notation A : Number of time units between arrivals S : Number of time units to complete a service of a single customer arrival rate service rate A 1 = λ S 1 = μ 7 Probability of n units in the system n μ λ 1 8 Average number of units in the system λ μ9 Average length of the queue ( 29 λ μ2 10 Probability of a nonempty queue 2 μ λ 11 Average length of the nonempty queue λ μ12 Average waiting time in line ( 29 λ μ13 Average time spent in the system λ μ1...
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 Spring '10
 VladimirBoginski
 Poisson Distribution, Queueing theory, Queue area, Monte Carlo method, Queuing Theory and Analysis

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