BankSimulation - public void run(int cycles int numCust...

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//******************************************************************* // Author: Lewis/Loftus // // Solution to Programming Project 12.5 // // Simulates customers waiting in line at a bank using a queue // date structure. //******************************************************************* import java.util.Random; public class BankSimulation { private Random gen; private int custCount; private Line line; private final int MAX_NUM_CUSTOMERS = 5; // a slow bank more customers arrive private final int MAX_CUST_SERVICED = 4; // than can be serviced public BankSimulation() { gen = new Random(); custCount = 0; line = new Line(); } //---------------------------------------------------------------- // Runs the simulation for specified number of cycles. After the // cycles are over, the bank closes. //----------------------------------------------------------------
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Unformatted text preview: public void run(int cycles) { int numCust, custServiced; int tellerTime; Customer person; for (int i=0; i<cycles; i++) { numCust = gen.nextInt(MAX_NUM_CUSTOMERS); // customers arriving at bank for (int j=0; j<numCust; j++) { person = new Customer(custCount++); line.addCustomer(person); System.out.println(person + " joins the line"); } custServiced = gen.nextInt(MAX_CUST_SERVICED); // tellers service customers for (int j=0; j<custServiced; j++) { if (line.isEmpty()) System.out.println("Teller waiting"); else { System.out.println(line.nextCustomer() + " is being serviced"); } } } System.out.println("Bank closing . . ."); while (!line.isEmpty()) System.out.println(line.nextCustomer() + " is being serviced"); } public static void main (String args) { new BankSimulation().run(10); } }...
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This note was uploaded on 05/17/2011 for the course COP 3530 taught by Professor Davis during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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