Volume 18, No. 6, 2021

Study On Basic Concepts In Reliability Theory

Neelam and Dr. Anjana Rajoria


Queuing theory is the numerical investigation of holding up lines, or lines. in queuing theory a model is developed so that line lengths and holding up times can be anticipated. queuing theory is for the most part thought to be a part of tasks research on the grounds that the outcomes are regularly utilized while settling on business choices about the assets expected to offer support on basic concepts in reliability theory for any of the line, time assumes a vital job. it is very significant to what extent a client holds up in the line to get the service and how quick a server provides the service.

Pages: 8327-8334

Keywords: Reliability Theory, Queuing.

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