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A new paradigm for the service process in queueing systems, with applications in computer and communication networks (3G024514)

The focus of the project is on a new class of queueing models where the traditional notion of U+201Cservice timeU+201D is replaced by two new notions of U+201Cservice demandU+201D and U+201Cservice capacityU+201D. The service demand represents the amount of work that a customer requires, while the service capacity reflects the amount of work that can be processed in a time unit.

Date:1 Jan 2014  →  31 Dec 2019
Keywords:stochastic modelling, queueing, performance analysis
Disciplines:Communications, Statistics and numerical methods, Communications technology, Applied mathematics in specific fields