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queue

noun assemblage, chain, file, lineup, order, progression, range, rank, retinue, row of people, sequence, series, single file, string, succession, tier, train
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MMPPs are most frequently observed in queuing theory, however it has also been applied to other applications, such as analysis of Web surfing behavior [18], and for telephone network fraud detection [19].
Overall spending at the check-stand was about 20% lower, on average, at queuing lines than at traditional checkout lanes, the study found.
Obviously, the greater the costs queuing imposes on those competing in the queue, and the greater the loss suffered by unsuccessful competitors, the greater the potential for hostility and open conflict.
Therefore, with a virtual queuing strategy, the abandon rate is dramatically reduced and, as a result, so are the total calls offered to the contact center.
Unlike TCQ, Serial ATA NCQ reduces the overhead a queuing algorithm can create.
I mean, is there anything in life that is so important its worth queuing for hours for?
Results of research show that, on average, for every hour a passenger spends on his journey through a terminal, six minutes are spent walking, 38 minutes queuing, 12 minutes shopping and four minutes actually being processed.
The service has been set up by London-based company 15 Minutes to give people who hate queuing the chance to hire somebody else to do it for them.
Lawrence's customer queue management systems have been proven to reduce 'walk-aways' by up to 96%, while transferring dead queuing space into valuable retail space.
The 68-year-old professor, from Pen-y-Fai, Bridgend, uses mathematical formulas to minimise the many frustrating examples of queuing we may encounter in our daily lives.
KLM's UK and Ireland general manager Vincent Knoops said, 'It is clear from this research that queuing is a big anxiety for Brits and that it can often dampen the holiday spirit.
On average 17% of shoppers' time is spent queuing, and the nation joins around 11.