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Unformatted text preview: INDU6311: Simulation Department of Mechanical, Industrial and Aerospace Engineering Concordia University Winter 2019 Trunk Line is a resource. Every time when a call comes into the system and there is a trunk line available ("True" branch), the call needs to seize this resource. For this purpose, we use the Seize module in the Advanced Process panel and fill it in as follows: Seize ? | x Baize Trunk Line Name Allocation Priorky: Scize Trunk Line -Other Medium(2) Resources: Resource, Trunk Line, 1 Add. <End of Ist> Resources ? x Type Queue Type: Queue Name: Resource Rescuice Name Quantity Queue Seze Trunk Line Queue Turk Line 1 OK Rescurce State Cancel Help Name Seize Trunk Line Resources Type Resource Resource Name Trunk Line Quantity 1 When you define a resource in a Seize or Process module, that resource is automatically entered in a Resource Data Module. Data modules are used to define characteristics of entities, characteristics of resources, characteristics of queues, values of variables, etc.. The Project Bar icons for data modules look like little spreadsheets. Data modules are not dragged onto the model window - they exist "behind the scenes" and allow you to edit expressions, variables, etc. in a spreadsheet that opens up below the model window. Find the data module for resources in the Basic Process panel. The default capacity of a resource is 1 but you can update it in the spreadsheet that appears when you click on the Resource module. In the case of our call center model, you need to update the capacity of the TrunkLine resource to 26....
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  • Winter '18
  • Daria Terekhov
  • Model theory, First-order logic, Department of Mechanical

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