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As another example, we consider a client-server system where Example 9.9 the client workstations (labeled as node 1) submit SQL requests to a server, consisting of a CPU and n disk devices (labeled as nodes 3 and 4) [HLM96]. The workstations are modeled as -/G/l-IS station, while the CPU and disk device are modeled as -/M/l-FCFS stations. The ethernet (labeled as node 2), which connects the workstations with the server, can approximately be modeled by a -/G/l-IS server. The resulting network is shown in Fig. 9.5. The parameters of the model are listed in Table 9.13. Note that workstation service rate is specified as three intervals each having a given probability. For further details see [HLM96].
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