Domain and Web Services
this describes the queue length, waiting time and other parameters in MM1 system.
i found this to be very useful…..
thankyou very much sir.
Extremely clear thought process and speaking. thank you.
WOW if only the professors at my school taught like this…THANKS FOR THE LESSON!!!!!!!!!!
Well Done Sir…..Very to the Point.
why are you using different formula for wq for model 2 ?
THANK YOU FOR THE LESSON!
also Lq = ro squared / 1- ro
Thank u very much sir… v gained lots of information from tis
What the hell?! Why do people think you're a good professor? You're not good!!
This is great. Very clear. Thank you.
thank you sir, i hope i can meet you to give my appreciation
Very great explanation of all the things you teach.
excellent teacher, thanks
Crystal clear explanation. Thank u so much.
u r js as amazing as d subject O.R.thank you vry mch sir..!RESPECT:)
good lecture sir
Another masterpiece. Great explanation. Many thanks Prof. Srinivasan.
Thank You Sir… 🙂
Thank you Sir for this great explanation, you made it clear and simple 🙂
Great professor!!!! I want to thank him personally if i could in future.Loved your all lectures sir!!!
Wq supposed to be 0.39470 @ 41:00 is that right!!!
Thank You Sir
nice video sir can u please tell how to identify lambda and mu in problems
u r great sir..thanks
thank you sir,may God bless you,
At 52:52 its rho to the power n-c…… Thank you so much sir for such a great lecture…..
v vv v well cleared lecture sir, thank u v much for your co-operation with the world wide students, thank u
I just wanted to ask which notation are you using? I am a little confused since i use Littles Law. thank you
Hello Prof. G.Srinivasan,
i ll be so grateful if you could respond to my question soon :How can i compute the times the queue is empty starting from a time T for example not from t0??
thankyou professor 🙂
Thank you so much Sir !!! you are the Best !!
someone give this man a blowjob. well deserve!
i m very grateful to this sir …
Thank you sir! For saving my final exam!
i am very very big fan of iit madras please give me link for download all video of IIT madras
Is there any lecture which explains GI/M/1 system? and IPP/M/1 aswell?
thank you soo much sir
Masterpiece, Sir, you did explained all the concept very well in that single numerical, looking for this kind of explanation, thanks a lot sir. 🙂
single server finite queue length at 14:32, useful, grazie
thanks a lot sir
I love this.Thank you.
kya chutiya jaisa numerical solve krwa rhe p1 = ppo ye 1+0.888 kaise ho gya to
Tum bhagwan ho bawa
Best lectures shrinivasan sir…
Can someone explain the equation he wrote for n greater than 2 @ 6:12
Thank sir… clear all explanation….
I LOVE THE HANDWRITING A LOT PROFESSOR ,I hope you are still spreading the knowledge!
Sir, Thank you for your lecture on Queuing model. The IIT are standing on teachers like you..
Your teaching is very clear.tThank you so much sir
Hii everyone,I am graduation student .My project topic is " an outlook on single server queueing models".I knew nothing about this topic .This lecture gave me the basics .but I don't know how to sort the chapters of my project. Anyone know how to sort this as four chapters ?Please suggest me some textbooks also.please help me.
At 9:00 can't you just do P(n≥k) = p^k (which is 8/9^2) to get the answer?
Thank you sir
Can anyone tell me how he found the value of Ls=3.856
Thank you sir. I can finally understand
Good Lecturing… But some students studied Tamil medium Not understand the problem talk in Tamil sir….. Thank you sir……….
S'il vous plaît la troisième cas (n) égal à quoi?
Sir, I just want to say! I LOVE YOUUUUUU!!! 😀
I just understood in one day with you something that my teacher's been trying to teach me for almost three months
Thank you, sir, for teaching this chapter from the root.
For M/M/1/GD/N/infinity, does rho not have to be less than 1?
Amazing explanation, thank you so much Prof!
Regards, from Indonesia
Sir please avoid the statements the board is not properly visible to us
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.