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Outputting data generated from a SimEvents model
The attribute scope of the attached model displays a scatterplot of a time (x-axis) versus the triangular distribution of 1000 s...

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Trying to generate random numbers from a triangular distribution for input for an Entity Server Block in a SimEvents model created using Matlab R2016b
In an attempt to generate random numbers from a triangular distribution for input for the “Entity Server Block” the “Event-Based...

6 years ago | 1 answer | 0

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Assigning a Triangular Distribution to Each Entity of a Process Flow Model of SimEvents
I’m trying to model the flow of a process very similar to Mathworks’ Model “Aircraft Boarding Process Flow" (https://www.mathwor...

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Triangular distribution created using makedist function. User specifies N and the 3 parameters for the distribution (Min, Median, Max) by typing values in the command window. Need to modify my function to let user set values for three distributions
Overview. Three processes occur at 3 different nodes A, B, and C. The Processes are represented as triangular distributions. R...

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Triangular distribution created using makedist function is the input argument for the random function to create data to use to create a histogram. The minimum and mode values of the histogram are equal. Is this result to be expected??
I used the round function to round each of the the numbers in my random number vector to the nearest integer. Now I am getting ...

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Triangular distribution created using makedist function is the input argument for the random function to create data to use to create a histogram. The minimum and mode values of the histogram are equal. Is this result to be expected??
I created a triangular distribution "pd" using the makedist function. The parameters of the triangular pd function are as follo...

6 years ago | 1 answer | 0

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Trying to create an m x n (n=2 columns) matrix where n is incremented in integers starting with 1 and the second column outputs a random integer from 1 to 6 as if 1 die were being thrown n times.
Is there a better was to achieve the results of the following code without having to re-type the row and column elements 5 times...

6 years ago | 2 answers | 0