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2019 | 41 | 101-112
Article title

The Use of the Queueing Theory for the Analysis of Transport Processes

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This article focuses on the application of the queueing theory for the analysis of transport processes with regard to rail traffic. Selected aspects of queueing theory application for the analysis and rail traffic flow assessment are presented. A literature review regarding process modelling in rail transport using mass service theory models was performed. In order to study rail traffic flow, the application Java Modelling Tools- JSIM graph was used. The train movement process was analysed with regard to the traffic flow. The study was conducted on the basis of selected stretches of railway lines, numbers 2 (central long-distance in Warsaw) and 448 (central suburban in Warsaw).
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41
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101-112
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  • Politechnika Warszawska
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  • Politechnika Warszawska
  • Politechnika Warszawska
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