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Editing Process Modules

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  You must also define several other properties of the Process module. The Delay Type refers to which distribution is to be used to delay a resource and you can select from five different distributions. Select the distribution that best suits your data. Further properties must be defined for the distributions. For example, Mimimum, Maximum and Most Likely values must also be defined for a triangular distrubtion. You must specify the units for the distrubtion as well as define the Allocation for the distribution (See Arena help for more details).
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Below is an example of a Process Module from the case study: Buffering Data for a Link. * Cutting Stock Problems
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Below is an example of a Process Module from the case study: Buffering Data for a Link.
  The Name has been defined and the user has selected the type of Action to be taken in the Logic area to be Seize Delay Release. This means that the data will seize the link (so it can be transmitted), there will be a delay while the data is using the link and then the link will be released for other data to use it. A resource has been added. In this case a Link resource was defined and the Quantity was set to 1 (only one link is needed to transmit the data). Finally, the default Delay Type is triangular so the Units and Minimum, Value and Maximum are defined.
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You may want to alter the queue animation associated with the Process module by lengthening it (click on the queue and drag its left end - if you hold down the Shift key the able is fixed to horizontal, vertical or 45 degrees diagonal).
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You may want to alter the queue animation associated with the Process module by lengthening it (click on the queue and drag its left end - if you hold down the Shift key the movement is fixed to be horizontal, vertical or 45 degrees diagonal).
 
 
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