LENGTH DISTRIBUTIONS AND DYNAMIC BUFFER SIZING IN MULTI-SERVER QUEUEING SYSTEMS
Dan Myers is an assistant professor of computer science at Rollins College in Winter Park, FL. His research interests include computer performance analysis, queueing theory, and the musical applications of computer science. Before coming to Rollins, Dr. Myers received his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and worked on satellites and image processing at Sandia National Laboratories in New Mexico. In addition to his computer science work, Dr. Myers enjoys playing old-time, bluegrass, and gospel music on the guitar.
Multi-server queueing models are common in several areas of operations research, including manufacturing systems, call centers, and computer networks. Many researchers have studied analytic approximations for multi-server... [ view full abstract ]
Daniel Myers (Rollins College)
Topics: Analytics, Business Intelligence, Data Mining, & Statistics
AS2 » Multi-Server Queueing Systems/Data Mining/Graph Presentation (16:30 - Thursday, 23rd February, Wraggborough)
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