Queuing models use an A/B/C notation. What do these variables represent?
A. distribution of time between arrivals/distribution of service times/number of parallel servers
B. maximum time between arrivals/maximum allowable service time/maximum number of parallel servers
C. minimum time between arrivals/minimum allowable service time/minimum number of parallel servers
D. average time between arrivals/average service time/number of parallel servers

Q: Queuing models use an A/B/C notation. What do these variables represent?
A. distribution of time between arrivals/distribution of service times/number of parallel servers
B. maximum time between

arrivals/maximum allowable service time/maximum number of parallel servers
C. minimum time between arrivals/minimum allowable service time/minimum number of parallel servers
D. average time between arrivals/average service time/number of parallel servers

A: The distribution of time between arrivals/distribution of service times/number of parallel servers.

Queuing models use an A/B/C notation. What do these variables represent? A. distribution of time between arrivals/distribution of service times/number of parallel servers B. maximum time between arrivals/maximum allowable service time/maximum number of parallel servers C. minimum time between arrivals/minimum allowable service time/minimum number of parallel servers D. average time between arrivals/average service time/number of parallel servers

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User: Queuing models use an A/B/C notation. What do these variables represent?
A. distribution of time between arrivals/distribution of service times/number of parallel servers
B. maximum time between arrivals/maximum allowable service time/maximum number of parallel servers
C. minimum time between arrivals/minimum allowable service time/minimum number of parallel servers
D. average time between arrivals/average service time/number of parallel servers

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User: Theoretically, service capacity must exceed demand, lest queues become infinitely long. If capacity does not exceed demand, what is likely to happen?
A. Customers will renege or balk, thereby reducing demand.
B. Servers will decrease time spent per customer, thereby increasing capacity.
C. All of these
D. Servers will eliminate time-consuming portions of their jobs, thereby increasing capacity

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