Display queue management system
A set of elements of the system
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One of the latter problem has been studied by Benes VE in an unpublished memorandum. Or mark in the second stage is the time when the public service is a server and this problem Pines, " a series of two phases, the first or input random, service times exponential, and an arbitrary number of servers associated with this statute., And the main result of the queue management display second row of equal length and elapsed time service - the distribution of Librium a special case is the result of the DR a different way of proof, which, after the completion of this paper, is that developed. Edgar diving Rand Corporation. Dr. Reich, published in the Annals of mathematical Statistics 0.699.