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06-17-2015 08:35 AM

Der Community members,

I would like to set as interarrival time a paralogistic distibution with alpha = 1.8 and theta = 9.6

the list doesn not containg the paralogigic distribution, then how can i achieve this?

Thank you

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06-17-2015 11:39 AM - edited 06-17-2015 11:44 AM

Select the distribution type "Formula" and enter:

z_paraLogistic(self.RandomSeed, 1.8, 9.6)

*Note*: If you want to keep it simple, and if you want to speed-up the formula a little bit, you can always use the random number stream 1 in all formulas and Methods. So you can just write:

z_paraLogistic(1, 1.8, 9.6)

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06-17-2015 04:38 PM

thank you for your message.

The formula works and I would like to ask also another question:

The entities can arrive in a batch of 1,2,3,4 or 5 pcs; assuming that in 50% of the cases they arrive as batch of 1 pc and in the other case the probability is the same (50% divided by 4), how can i insert this parameters in the source?

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06-18-2015 03:33 AM

I uploaded a small example. I do not use a Source object. Instead I use a ParallelProc and create the parts via method. I named the user-defined method "init", so that it will automatically be called in the Init phase. The method will call itself for each batch to generate.

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06-23-2015 11:47 AM

Dear Michael,

Thank you for youe reply.

I'm finding an issue with this approach:

the distribution is for seconds and i'm trying to transform it in minutes. Basically I multiplied it by 60, but it doesn't work:

self.methCall(z_paraLogistic(1, 1.8, 9.6)*60);

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06-23-2015 12:11 PM

this is the wrong position for the multiplication; try this:

self.methCall(z_paraLogistic(1, 1.8*60, 9.6*60));

Steffen Bangsowfreelance simulation specialist web: www.bangsow.eu mail: steffen@bangsow.net |

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06-23-2015 12:24 PM

Can you just explain me why the number of cases in a uniform(1,2,10) is 8? It should create numbers from 2 to 10 and not from 2 to 9, right?

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06-23-2015 12:33 PM - edited 06-23-2015 12:36 PM

it creates real-values between 2 and 10 (each call results another value); if you store this values into a integer variable, the decimal places get lost, so you will never get 10

look also here:

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06-23-2015 02:32 PM

Many Thanks

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06-24-2015 05:02 AM

I'm experimenting with this method and I would ask for a clarification:

at the beginning we insert a local variable called n

is do -- generate an integer from 2 to 9 (including both 2 and 9) local n: integer := z_uniform(1, 2, 10);

then we set a rule that tranforms values from 6 to 9 in 1

if n > 5 then -- 6, 7, 8 and 9 will become 1 n := 1; -- in 4 of the 8 cases (50% probability) we create 1 MU end;

At this point, we tell the parallelproc to create an entity at the parallelProc location (self.~) and the number to be created is n.

for local i := 1 to n loop .MUs.Entity.create(self.~); next;

Now, suppose i want a different percentages. I want to create a uniform distribution that creates numbers from 1 to 213 and:

if the number created is beetween 1 and 124, it creates 1 entity

if the number created is between 125 and 186, it creates 2 entities

if the number created is between 187 and 203, it creates 3 entities

if the number created is between 204 and 210, it creates 4 entities

if the number created is between 211 and 213, it creates 5 entities

this new method should be:

is do -- generate an integer from 1 to 213 (including both 1 and 213) local n: integer := z_uniform(1, 1, 214); if n < 125 then -- 1-124 will become 1 n := 1; -- in 124 of the 213 cases (58,22% probability) we create 1 MU elseif n > 124 and n <187 then -- 125-186 will become 2 n := 2; -- in 62 of the 213 cases (29,11% probability) we create 2 MUs elseif n > 186 and n < 204 then -- and so on n := 3; elseif n > 203 and n < 211 then n := 4; elseif n > 210 and n < 214 then n := 5; end; for local i := 1 to n loop .MUs.Entity.create(self.~); next; -- call this method again later to create the next batch self.methCall(z_paraLogistic(1, 1.8, 9.6)); end;

Is it right?

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