Using queuing theory to solve the problem of momentum to issuing the driving licenses in Dohuk city

Nabeel G. Nacy, Samaher T. Ibrahim
2019 Academic Journal of Nawroz University  
Queuing theory is a mathematical study of so-called queues or waiting lines. This phenomenon is common in daily life as in gas stations, airports, repair workshops and other common everyday examples. Waiting occurs when service demand is higher than service system power. Due to the difficulty in predicting the number of customers arriving and the time taken by the customer at the service station, the process of obtaining performance metrics is necessary before the queuing systems are
more » ... tems are implemented. When the service system power is too high, the system is charged at a high cost. Conversely, when the system power is low (insufficient for the customer service), the waiting time in the queue increases, As well as loss of order to its customers. Therefore, attention has been drawn to the so-called theory of waiting lines to solve such problems to reach a balance in the work of the system. This research aims to overcome the difficulties experienced by citizens in obtaining market holidays on time and reduce waste in time and the cost of waiting. The results were as shown in tables (l) to (6) of the city center and according to the distribution of access and service of the model used (G / G / C). We note in the Poisson distribution with exponential that the average number of customers in the system Ls = 5.527), which is approximately (5 customers), which is waiting in the system. We note in the previous distribution itself that the average number of customers in the waiting queue (customer 2.1924 = L q) is approximately 2 (customer) which is waiting in queue. The Poisson distribution with the exponential is that the average time spent by the customer in the system (minute W s = 16.5772). Note in the Poisson distribution with the exponential that the average time spent by the customer in the waiting queue is (minute W = 6.5772) We note in the Poisson distribution with exponential that The average number of customers in the system (customer Ls = 4.3258) is about (4 customers) which is waiting in the system. We see in the previous distribution itself that the average number of customers in the queue (customer 2.0 = L q) ) There is no waiting in the queue. The Poisson distribution with exponential is the average time spent by the customer in the system (min W s = 11.3333). We note in the Poisson distribution with exponential that the average time spent by the customer in the waiting queue is (min W q = 4.6666)
doi:10.25007/ajnu.v8n4a453 fatcat:6tqfmif22fhpdhchmocj74pwxm