Modeling human activity in the spirit of Barabasi's queueing systems

@inproceedings{Introduction2007ModelingHA,
  title={Modeling human activity in the spirit of Barabasi's queueing systems},
  author={Introduction Introduction},
  year={2007}
}
Barabasi has shown that the priority-based scheduling rules in single-stage queuing systems QS generate fat tail behavior for the task waiting time distributions WTD. These fat tails are induced by the waiting times of very low priority tasks that stay unserved almost forever as the task priority indices are “frozen in time” i.e., a task priority is assigned once for all to each incoming task. Here, we study the new dynamic behavior expected when the priority of each incoming task is time… CONTINUE READING

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