Discrete event simulation output analysis, Basic Statistics

1. Name several entities, attributes, activities, events, and state variables for the following systems:

(a) A cafeteria

(b) A grocery store

(c) A laundromat

(d) A fast-food restaurant

(e) A hospital emergency room

(f) A taxicab company with 10 taxis

(g) An automobile assembly line

2. Consider the simulation process

(a) Reduce the steps by at least two by combining similar activities. Give your rationale.

(b) Increase the steps by at least two by separating current steps or enlarging on existing steps.

Give your rationale.

3.  What are the events and activities associated with the use of your checkbook?

4. Using "Google" search engine, search the web for 'discrete event simulation output analysis'

Write a report discussing what you find.The report should be approximately half a page to a page.  Please, no more than one page.

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