Answer: Traffic intensity in a queuing system is indicated by the ratio of arrival rate and service rate.
The queue will tend to lengthen and more service points may need to be opened if the traffic intensity is greater than one. If it is less than one there may be no queue at all at certain times. A system having a service facility at which units of some kind arrive for service is described as a queueing system.
This system is usually characterized by the following terms the input process, the queue discipline, and the service mechanism. The Queueing processes involve the Distribution of the number, Distribution of the waiting time in the queue, Distribution of the virtual waiting time, and Distribution of the busy period.
How is the traffic intensity in a queuing system indicated?
Traffic intensity in a queuing system is indicated by the ratio of arrival rate and service rate.