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Tnne itself is represented by a 4. 1: Call Center, Revisited delay begin or end? What is the system state at time 0? What events should be generated at lime 0 to pnme the model ·. " . ,. that is, to get the simulation started? 2. A discrete-event model has the following components: j I . How does each event affect system state, entity attributes, and set contents? 2. , deterministic, probabilistic, or some other mathematical equation)? sometimes called a conditional or secondary event, but such events are not represented by event notices, nor do they appear on the FEL.
If the proposed system is modified as follows: whenever a bearing fails, two bearings are replaced Using Excel, simulate the system and compare the cost with previous policy of changing all the three bearings. A B c Al-B l -C l A l -B l -C2 Al-B2-Cl A l-B2-C2 A2-Bl-Cl A2-B l-C2 A2-B2-Cl A2-B2-C2 10 0 9 -5 8 3 5 1 0 10 4 5 2 -2 9 3 10 -4 6 0 6 0 Simulate 100 plays and determine the payoffs. Hint: Use FREQUENCY in Excel to forin bins. other two remaining bearings with longest operational time. Strategies I I -6 6 1 I: " GENERAL PRINCIPLES 61 and activity scanning.