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The effect of probabilities of departure with time in a bank
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Author(s)
Kasturi Nirmala, Shahnaz Bathul
KEYWORDS
Arrivals allowed at initial time, arrival rate, departure rate, highest probability, Queues, probability curves, truncated Poisson probability distribution
ABSTRACT
This paper deals with the Queueing theory and analysis of probability curves of pure death model. Starting with the historical back grounds and important concepts of Queueing theory, we obtained a relation to find time "t" where we get highest probability for departures which follow truncated Poisson probability distribution.
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