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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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Firstly, this study proposes an analytical model for evaluating the performance of VoIP traffic in WMN in terms of queuing delay and queue length under correlated inter arrival times using MMPP/G/m queue system.
With this metric and queue information from SPAWARSYSCEN Atlantic, communicators can better assess a ship's status: "Neptune had 25 emails on queue across all four NOCs at 0900, the same number at 1000, and 42 megabytes of emails were transferred from NOC email queues to the Neptune between these two times.
To me a better management of queues reflects a better management of a whole organization or an administration.
Muhammad Tahir, a resident, said that people were facing problems due to long queues of vehicles at CNG stations.
This may bring a wry smile to the face of Brits who are used to enduring much longer queues without any of us moving from one place to another, but in legislative terms we have had a tendency to emulate the US way of things over the past 20 years.
Qender Mobile Queue will suit small businesses with queues today in Healthcare (doctors, dentists, medical specialists), Beauty Care (hair salons, barbers, skin care clinics), Fast Food (cooked-to-order pizza, fish & chips), and Restaurants (wait-for-table).
ERD motivated the creation of the Random Early Detection (RED); which represents a new generation of active queue management techniques.
Daniel Powell, who works in Coventry city centre, was among the iPhone fans in the queue.
According to the poll, Russia had the longest and slowest queues on average, though the Bulgarian passport office was found to have the slowest queue, taking six hours to process just 36 customers.
AQM schemes have the following goals: low buffer occupancy resulting in small queuing delays, low queue length jitter, low packets losses and high link utilization.
Of course, if the ceiling price is held well below the market-clearing price, and the good is not expected to be available elsewhere without waiting in a long queue (the price control and shortage is widespread), then people will be more reluctant to get out of queues.
Interestingly, Post Office customers in Wales and Scotland face shorter queues than customers in England.