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Multi-server queues—network behaviors and analysis

Multi-server queues—network behaviors and analysis

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Considering queuing systems with multiple servers, this chapter is devoted to present multi-server queues in which packets are served by multiple packets in parallel. There exist various models for multi-server queues depending on the system capacity and population size of the sources. In this chapter, the author will first introduce M/M/c queue with infinite system capacity and infinite population in Section 17.1. Its variant models with finite system capacity and finite population will be sequentially discussed in Sections 17.2 and 17.3. For every queuing model, its behaviors will be presented along with detailed analyses of relevant performance measures.

Chapter Contents:

  • 17.1 M/M/c Queue
  • 17.2 M/M/c/K Queue
  • 17.3 M/M/c/K/K Queue
  • 17.4 Related works
  • 17.5 Review questions
  • 17.6 Problems

Inspec keywords: computer networks; queueing theory

Other keywords: population size; M/M/c queue; network analysis; infinite population; finite population; infinite system capacity; multiserver queues; performance measures; finite system capacity; queuing systems; queuing model; network behaviors

Subjects: Queueing systems; Queueing theory; Computer communications; Computer networks and techniques; Queueing theory

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