An Application of Queuing Theory to Indian Premier League Based on M/M/1 Queuing Model

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Thaneshwar Lal Verma, D. K. Gangeshwer


The Indian Premier League (IPL) is a domestic Twenty20 cricket league in India. In IPL match, two opener batsmen open the innings. That means, at a time two batsmen use to bat on ground and the third position batsman is waiting in the dressing room or we can say third batsman is in queue. We can find out the rate of arrivals the execution by service nodes for waiting batsman using the queuing model. On the basis of arrival rate we conclude about the matches of IPL.

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