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In queueing theory, a discipline within the mathematical theory of probability, a D/M/1 queue represents the queue length in a system having a single server, where arrivals occur at fixed regular intervals and job service requirements are random with an exponential distribution. The model name is written in Kendall’s notation.[1] Agner Krarup Erlang first published a solution to the stationary distribution of a D/M/1 and D/M/k queue, the model with k servers, in 1917 and 1920.[2][3]

A D/M/1 queue is a stochastic process whose state space is the set {0,1,2,3,…} where the value corresponds to the number of customers in the system, including any currently in service.

When μβ > 1, the queue has stationary distribution[4]

where δ is the root of the equation δ = e-μβ(1 – δ) with smallest absolute value.

The mean stationary idle time of the queue (period with 0 customers) is β – 1/μ, with variance (1 + δ − 2μβδ)/μ2(1 – δ).[4]

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