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How to implement a M/M/1 queue in C++

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  1. martial

    martial New Member

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    Hi everyone:

    Can anyone help me how to implement a M/M/1 queue in C++?

    Thanks in advance for your help
     
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    I don't know what you want. A queue is a queue. The C++ STL has both a vector and deque. Your notation merely implies constraints on the arrival time, service time, and number of servers. Evaluating such a queue can be done either mathematically or by simulation.
     
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    The question is: is he trying to simulate the operation of such a queue, determine its characteristics mathematically, using C++, or just implement a single-server queue?
     
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