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On the other hand, if you compare the graphical representations which represent the utilization of the servers: rhol, rho2, rho3, you will notice that there is a clear difference; the utilization of the ... Please note that we tried in the above graphical representations to combine two or even more graphs in one graphical representation, which can be done easily by MOSEL, but the result of this combination ...doi:10.1016/s0898-1221(03)90032-0 fatcat:thrzowylvrf7hgxrigko52knge
The new design of multilevel feedback queue (MLFQ) will depend on the usage of a new technique in computing the quantum in order to produce Auto Detect Quantum (ADQ) which is relied on the burst of each ... Depending on the results of graphical simulating algorithm on case studies, we can discover that a dynamic quantum is very suitable to accommodate low priority processes that still for a long duration ... Acknowledgement The authors wish to thank the anonymous referees for useful comments and remarks that improved the presentation of the main results of this paper. ...doi:10.19139/soic.v3i2.58 fatcat:tigbywxadfctxpewsszmcopn3e
The new design of multilevel feedback queue (MLFQ) will depend on the usage of a new technique in computing the quantum in order to produce Auto Detect Quantum (ADQ) which is relied on the burst of each ... Depending on the results of graphical simulating algorithm on case studies, we can discover that a dynamic quantum is very suitable to accommodate low priority processes that still for a long duration ... Acknowledgement The authors wish to thank the anonymous referees for useful comments and remarks that improved the presentation of the main results of this paper. ...doi:10.19139/58 fatcat:2srocuwokra3xnt25rk4245uvq
Studia Universitatis Babeș-Bolyai Engineering
The Queuing System Simulation module of the WinQSB software is used, which allows the simulation of waiting systems. ... , with the aim of increasing production volume. ... Modified system 2 A comparative graphical representation of the average and maximum processing times on the 13 machines is illustrated inFigure 10. ...doi:10.24193/subbeng.2020.1.1 fatcat:3pwbb44fg5b5hmv3loxj6ljkqm
On the Graphical Representation of a Queue Service Load 8(t) ” a = or Figure 1: Service Load, A(t), against time. ... Number in queue against time. before departure (height of line dotted or un- dotted corresponding to that customer) Thus £ (t) is a succinct representation of the queue from which all instantaneous queue ...
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The graphical description is translated into a model that can be analysed to understand the dynamic behaviour of the system. ... This can reduce their travel time and travel costs, whilst also ameliorating traffic congestion by reducing the number of vehicles on the road. ... This work is supported by the EU QUANTICOL project, 600708. We thank the anonymous referees for many helpful suggestions. ...doi:10.1007/978-3-319-47166-2_47 fatcat:ljeedfgqlraubbspx2rfmkb7ly
Definition of the dual problem. Solution of the dual problem. Economic interpretation of the dual problem. PART II: PROBABILISTIC MODELS. Chapter 11: Data Representation in Operations Research. ... Significance of discreteness: Departures from classical networks. The effect of the integer requirements in rounding. Integer model types. Zero-one discrete networks. A scheduling problem. Barry C. ... Characterizations involving samples of random size. Chapter 7: Order Statistics in Statistical Inference. Introduction. Types of order statistics data. Order statistics and sufficiency. ...doi:10.1016/0166-218x(93)90030-r fatcat:ss6bl44ckvh63gsk22rycr44ja
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
GSiB provides a variety of easy-to-use graphical user interfaces for service providers to deploy, undeploy, update, compose, and monitor services, and for service clients to generate service-composite ... This paper describes the Grid-Service-in-a-Box(GSiB) system -a visual environment for both service providers and service clients who wish to deploy, manage, and use services in a Grid environment, without ... One of the threads takes one job at a time from the Parallel-Job Queue and then partitions the job into sub-jobs which are then added to the Sub-Job Queue. ...doi:10.1007/3-540-44864-0_45 fatcat:rbxpgilecjbkvcsvkiyzb2j7om
The Journal of the Operational Research Society
The work described in this paper required a 3D surface representation where points on the surface were generated by a neural network. ... This initial example was chosen because: (i) analytic results for the multi-server queue are known; and (ii) this type of queueing system is often a sub-component of more complex simulation models. ...
The impact that these two paradigms, logic and objects, have had on the design is discussed. Several example applications are presented to illustrate the extensibility of the system. ... Many tools and techniques exist for the modeling and analysis of computer and communication systems. These tools are often complex and tailored to a narrow range of problems. ... Acknowledgements The authors wish to acknowledge the contributions of Gary Rozenblat, Leana Golubchik, and Jon Edwards to the implementation of the Tangram modeling system. ...doi:10.1145/74878.74907 fatcat:gbmtj3hcujh7toavzblrsvf2ta
AutoFlow includes tools to monitor task status, graphic representations of workflows, file searching and timing. ... This allows the data transfer from a task to the next task and so on, enabling the inclusion of decisions that can affect downstream tasks. ... The command line option --graph generates a graphical representation of the workflow, where the tasks are the nodes and the relations are the dependencies. ...dblp:conf/iwbbio/SeoaneCBGC14 fatcat:zohnesatlfaolfknvyufihpd7q
Because of the em- phasis on Chernoff faces little space is devoted to other forms of graphical representation. They appear in a comparative role only. ... Price $A21.00 This book contains the proceedings of a symposium on graphical representation of multivariate data held at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California in February, 1978. ...
Hurrion— Using 3D Animation Techniques 3D REPRESENTATION OF THE M/N/n QUEUEING SYSTEM The analytic results for the M/M/n queueing system are known, and Page’? ... The method uses a graphics algorithm to draw on a computer screen ‘3D contour maps’ which show the response of a simula- tion model to changes in its input parameters. ...doi:10.1057/jors.1993.118 fatcat:kv72eg4pjjgwflb4walg7h5h6a
With the induction of new features inside such networks, the number of messages will increase. The increase of messages may affect the network performance for a given network characteristics. ... Performance evaluation of a message based networks is therefore desired with increasing message load. This paper presents the performance evaluation of message based embedded communication networks. ... Figure 4 and 5 shows the graphical representation of relationship between number of source messages and average bus queue length in terms of messages and number of bits respectively. ...doi:10.17950/ijer/v3s12/1212 fatcat:nxuuos24aje27ngfucqzzk37fi
This paper proposes a new algorithm that further improved on the Improved Round Robin CPU (IRR) scheduling algorithm by Manish and AbdulKadir. ... The choice of the time quantum is critical as it affects the algorithm's performance. ... Figure 8 : 8 Graph of Average Waiting TimeFigure 8 above shows the graphical representation of the result of AWT. ...doi:10.5120/15563-4277 fatcat:lell752gbrc4pfnu6pg6tuyoji
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