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Volume 11
Issue 2
Online publication date 2015-11-22
Title Maximum load of database service with recovery
Author Victor Boicov
Abstract
The paper analyzes the database services load with recovery. A mathematical model of the interaction with the database services is developed. On the basis of mathematical modelling procedures for the exchange services, the possible delays and the presence of large queues to services are defined.  Suggestions to improve the exchange of services are developed.
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Keywords Heterogeneous services, client and server requests, network queuing systems, heterogeneity
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.15208/ati.2015.07
Pages 63-70
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