Approximate stochastic behavior of n-server service systems with large n

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For many stochastic service systems, service capacities large enough to serve some given customer demand is achieved simply by providing multiple servers of low capacity; for example, toll plazas have many toll collectors, banks have many t- lers, bus lines have many buses, etc. If queueing exists and the typical queue size is large compared with the number n of servers, all servers are kept busy most of the time and the service behaves like some "effective" single server wit: l mean se.- vice time lin times that of an ...

Approximate Stochastic Behavior of N-Server Service Systems with Large N 1973, Springer

ISBN-13: 9783540063667

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Approximate Stochastic Behavior of N-Server Service Systems with Large N 1973, Springer

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