Denning, Peter J.
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Queueing networks model workflow in distributed computing systems and networks. They predict throughput, queue length, response time, and bottlenecks with simple, fast algorithms.
Queueing networks model workflow in distributed computing systems and networks. They predict throughput, queue length, response time, and bottlenecks with simple, fast algorithms.January 2008 Rev 7/7/08
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