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Course: EMGT 356, Fall 2009
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TWO: UNIT SOFTWARE BASICS Copyright 1997 PROMODEL Corporation REAL WORLD SYSTEMS The system you are studying has OBJECTS and INTERACTIONS. x You must define the objects in the system... x ...so you can classify each as a type of ProModel object! x Copyright 1997 PROMODEL Corporation PROMODEL MODELING ELEMENTS The main elements are: x LOCATIONS (object) x ENTITIES (object) x ARRIVALS (interaction) x x L L...

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