17.2-3. Mom-and-Pop's Grocery Store has a small adjacent parking lot with three parking spaces reserved for the store's customers. During store hours, cars enter the lot and use one of the spaces at a mean rate of 2 per hour. For n = 0, 1, 2, 3, the

Please notice that the solution below is just a possible one. Any different solutions which make sense are also welcomed. In the stochastic case, the new model is as below: Maximize
P [1000( y
j =1 j
3
j 1
+ y2j + y3j ) + 750( y4j + y5j + y6j )

Please notice that the solution below is just a possible one. Any different solutions which make sense are also welcomed. In the stochastic case, the new model is as below:
3
Maximize
j 1
Pj [1000( y1j
y2j
y3j ) 750( y4j
y5j
y6j ) 250( y7j
y8j

17.2-3. Mom-and-Pop's Grocery Store has a small adjacent parking lot with three parking spaces reserved for the store's customers. During store hours, cars enter the lot and use one of the spaces at a mean rate of 2 per hour. For n = 0, 1, 2, 3, the

Homework 2 for SEG3570
Stein W. Wallace January 25, 2008
Consider the example "Regional Planning" on page 46 in the textbook. However, add the following assumption: Water allocation is based on a normal year. Sometimes water allocation is a bit high