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lostppl = rbind(matrix[lostppl.i,],NULL) # save them for later usage, matrix = rbind(matrix[-lostppl.i,],NULL) # remove them from our work. if (length(matrix) == 0) { cat("No one made it to the doctor.","\n")
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cat("The following is stage 2's output:","\n") return(justincase) } justincase = NULL matrix = rbind(matrix[order(matrix[,10]),],NULL) # sort ascending by arrive_s3 n = length(matrix[,1]) # number of people entering S3 Ta = matrix[1,10] # first arrival, take first entry since already sorted Td = inf TaIndex = 1 TdIndex = 1 system = NULL while (min(Ta,Td) < T) { if (Ta <= min(Td,T)) { t = Ta ss = ss+1 TaIndex = TaIndex+1 # just go to next one, since already sorted if (TaIndex > n) Ta = inf if (TaIndex <= n) Ta = matrix[TaIndex,10] if (ss == 1) Td = t + rexp(1,1/4) } if (Td <= min(Ta,T)) { t = Td ss = ss-1 system = rbind(matrix[which(matrix[,10]<t & is.na(matrix[,11])),],NULL) # identify the system system = rbind(system[order(system[,5],decreasing=TRUE),],NULL) # sort descending by priority TdIndex = which(matrix[,12]==system[1,12]) # identify person with highest priority and arrived matrix[TdIndex,11] = Td Td = t+rexp(1,1/4) if (ss == 0) Td = inf } } Wait_S3 = matrix[,11] - matrix[,10] OverallWait = matrix[,9] + Wait_S3 # add on to previous overall matrix = cbind(rbind(matrix[,-9],NULL),Wait_S3,OverallWait) # remove previous overall lostppl = cbind(lostppl[,-9],NA,NA) # to match dimensions with matrix matrix = rbind(matrix,lostppl) # put back the lost ppl matrix = matrix[order(matrix[,11]),-11] # sort according to original position; remove persons column rownames(matrix) = NULL cat("NOTE: Persons with NA entries are those lost in the system.","\n") return(matrix) } ER = function(ArriveRate=1/20,DepartRate=1/16,T=400) { s1 = MM1(ArriveRate,DepartRate,T) s2 = PRIQ(s1,T) s3 = stage3(s2,T) return(s3) } cat("To run code, enter ER(arrival rate, departure rate, end time)","\n") # ie. ER(1/18,1/13,200)
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cat(" For faster access, just enter ER() for default rates and T = 400.","\n") # ie. ER() is equiv. to ER(1/20,1/16,400) # Sample Run ER(T=500)
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  • Spring '09
  • ChristianeLemieux

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