By G. BIRTWISTLE
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Notice that black marias and police cars may be towed in by pick-ups when broken down since their respective class declarations both contain the prefix VEHICLE (directly in the case of CLASS BLACK MARIA, and implicitly in the case of CLASS POLICE CAR since-its explicit prefix CAR is itself prefixed by VEHICLE). Trafficants unconcerned by police activities will continue to use TRAFFIC as prefix to their programs. EXERCISES 2 (continued) 7. Which items would you like already defined in a context for a harbour simulation?
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A fleet of vans delivers sheet metal to a factory. When a van arrives at the one entrance, it passes overs a weighbridge which can weigh one van at a time. Then the van is driven to an unloading area where its contents are removed. Assume that each unloading takes 20 minutes and that there is always ample space for unloading so that the vans never need to queue here. Once unloaded, the vans are driven out of the factory, again passing over the weighbridge. 0 minutes, that the weighing operation takes 3 minutes for vans going in either direction, and that the vans queue for the weighbridge in FCFS fashion.
A System for Discrete Event Modelling on Simula by G. BIRTWISTLE