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Due to the exclusiveness and limited readerships of e-books, the fractured market of independent publishers and specialty authors lacked consensus regarding a standard for packaging and selling e-books.
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As described earlier, experiment defines the experimental conditions under which the model is exercised to generate specific output data. The length of the simulation run, the number of replications of the simulation, the characteristics of resources and queues, etc all come under experimental conditions. Using special data records called elements the experiment is developed. It is generally preferable to enter the experiment before entering the model. By first defining the objects such as resources in the experiment, the drop down list can then be selected when entering the model graphically .
Elements The following section describes in brief the various elements used by the simulation team in developing the project. The program automatically generates this report at the end of each replication if it is defined under the experimental conditions. Maximum of 24 characters can be entered in the first two fields . The operands of the queue element are Number need not be defined , Name of the queue, Ranking Criterion. The operands include Number need not be defined , Name of the resource, Capacity, which defines the number of identical and interchangeable units that initially exist for the resource.
It defaults to 1 . The operands included in the element are Number need not be defined , Name of the counter, Limit. The last operand specifies a certain value which when exceeded causes the program to terminate . The operands of the elements include Number optional , Name index , Initial Values. The second operand is used to specify an array with certain index values.
Each element in the array has a unique index value, which is stored in a common array name.
The third variable is used to initialize a variable to a certain value . The operands include Number optional , Name of the station . SETS: It defines a group of similar elements that may be referenced by a common name and set index. The elements that make up the set are referred to as the members of the set.
Typical sets would contain groups of resources, queues, stations, pictures, counters, tallies, expressions, etc. The operands of the element are Number optional , Name of the Set and the Members of the set.
The last operand can be referenced by the set name. This function returns the index number of a specific member in the set. The member name was the first station at which the entity entered the model .
The resource follows a time dependent schedule as specified in the element. For example, the resource is idle for the first 30 minutes of the simulation run.
During this period it has a capacity of 0. During the next 30 minutes of the run the resource can have a capacity of 1.
The operands of the element include Identifier, which is fed into the resource block following the schedule and Resource Capacity and the Capacity Duration, which specifies the capacity of the resource during a certain time period . The operands include Number optional , Name of the sequence, Station ID and the Assignments duration of delay, assignment of picture or job type, etc. The entity can be moved through one or more blocks, its value can be examined by using simple commands.