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The practical examples of the use of queuing models in computer system design and analysis have introduced basic principles and applications of queuing theory. These principles may serve as a useful introduction or review. The cited references and general references may be used to build upon this foundation by their presentations of more complex models, such as those that analyze machine interference and multiserver queues.
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