Number of servers in parallel open to attend customers.
The maximum number of clients the queue can hold.
Number of customers that can use the service.
Average number of customers in the system.
Average number of customers (entities) in the queue. In other words the expected amount of customers waiting to be served.
Average time spent by a customer from arrival until fully served.
Average time it takes a customer to start being served.
Percentage of time a server is being utilized by a customer.
A value used in some calculations.
P ('n' cust. in system=Cust.>)=0
P (time in system <= )=0
P (time in queue <= )=0
The following instructions are meant for the Queuing Theory Calculator at supositorio.com
If you are familiar with queueing theory, and you want to make fast calculations then this guide can help you greatly.
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