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Server C started serving client #3 #4 arrived at time 6. Client queue: [#4] #5 arrived at time 7. Client queue: [#4, #5] #6 arrived at time 11. Client queue: [#4, #5, #6] Server A stopped serving client #1 Client queue: [#5, #6] Server A started serving client #4 #7 arrived at time 12. Client queue: [#5, #6, #7] #8 arrived at time 16. Client queue: [#5, #6, #7, #9 arrived at time 23. Client queue: [#5, #6, #7, #10 arrived at time 30. Client queue: [#5, #6, #7, Server C stopped serving client #3 Client queue: [#6, #7, #8, Server C started serving client #5 Server B stopped serving client #2 Client queue: [#7, #8, #9, Server B started serving client #6 #11 arrived at time 34. Client queue: [#7, #8, #9, #12 arrived at time 36. Client queue: [#7, #8, #9,
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The simulation main loop is at lines 25 42. It iterates once for each clock tick t, and continues until all the clients have arrived. If it is time for a new client to arrive, then lines 27 30 execute, setting the next arrival time, creating a new Client object, and adding the new client to the queue. Then at lines 32 41, each Server object is updated. If it is time for an active server to finish serving its client, then its stopserving() method is invoked. If a server is idle and there are clients waiting in the queue, then the next client in the queue is removed from the queue and that server begins serving it. The output shows the progress of one run. Client #4 is the first client to have to wait in the queue, followed by #5 and #6. At time t = 11, Server A finishes serving Client #1 and begins serving Client #4, who therefore leaves the queue at that time. By the time the next server (Server C) becomes free, at time t = 30, four more clients have arrived and are waiting in the queue. Then C begins to serve #5. At time t = 33, Server B finishes with #2 and begins serving #6. Then the queue grows back to six clients waiting when the simulation finishes at time t = 36.
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The simulation in Example 6.5 is called a time-driven simulation because its main loop iterates once for each tick of the clock. In contrast, an event-driven simulation is one in which the main loop iterates once for each event: a job arrival, a service begin, or a service end. Eventdriven simulations are usually simpler, but they require all servers to perform at the same rate. Review Questions
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6.1 6.2 Why are queues called FIFO structures Would it make sense to call a queue a. a LILO structure b. a FILO structure
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What are the advantages and disadvantages of the linked implementation of a queue relative to the contiguous implementation
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6.1 Trace the following code, showing the contents of the queue q after each call:
ArrayQueue q; q.enqueue("A"); q.enqueue("B"); q.enqueue("C"); q.dequeue(); q.dequeue(); q.enqueue("D"); q.enqueue("E"); q.enqueue("F"); q.dequeue(); q.enqueue("G"); q.dequeue(); q.dequeue(); q.dequeue();
Write this client method using only the methods specified in the Queue interface:
public static <E> Queue<E> reversed(Queue<E> queue) { // returns a new queue that contains the same elements as the given // queue, but in reversed order
Write this client method using only the methods specified in the Queue interface:
public static <E> Queue<E> reversed(Queue<E> queue) { // returns a new queue that contains the same elements as the given // queue, but in reversed order, and leaves the given queue in its // original state
Write this client method using only the methods specified in the Queue interface:
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