Intro to Queuing Theory
This activity introduces basic concepts relating to queuing theory. Queuing theory is employed in operating systems, networking and any system involving processing, waiting and scheduling.
This activity was developed with NSF support through IUSE-1626765. You may request access to this activity via the following link: IntroCS-POGIL Activity Writing Program.
- Level: Undergraduate
- Setting: Classroom
- Activity Type: Learning Cycle
- Discipline: Computer Science
- Course: Operating Systems
- Keywords: queuing theory, scheduleing, Little’s Law
How to Cite
Gondree, M. (2023). Intro to Queuing Theory: Operating Systems. POGIL Activity Clearinghouse, 3(4). Retrieved from https://pac.pogil.org/index.php/pac/article/view/261
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