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3 • THE BASIC PROCESS PANEL Prompt Time Units Scale Factor Durations Value Duration Description Time units used for the time-duration information. Method of scaling the schedule for increases or decreases in Arrival/Other values. The specified Value fields will be multiplied by the scale factor to determine the new values. Not available for Capacity-type schedules. Lists the value and duration pairs for the schedule. Values can be capacity, arrival, or other type values, while the duration is specified in time units. Schedule pairs will repeat after all durations have been completed, unless the last duration is left blank (infinite). Schedule data can be entered graphically using the graphical schedule editor or manually using the Value/ Duration fields. Represents either the capacity of a resource (if Type is Capacity), arrival rate (if Type is Arrival), or some other value (if Type is Other). Examples of Other may be a factor that is used in a delay expression to scale a delay time during various parts of the day. Time duration for which a specified Value will be valid. Set module DESCRIPTION This data module defines various types of sets, including resource, counter, tally, entity type, and entity picture. Resource sets can be used in the Process modules (and Seize, Release, Enter, and Leave of the Advanced Process and Advanced Transfer panels). Counter and Tally sets can be used in the Record module. Queue sets can be used with the Seize, Hold, Access, Request, Leave, and Allocate modules of the Advanced Process and Advanced Transfer panels. TYPICAL USES • Machines that can perform the same operations in a manufacturing facility • Supervisors, check-out clerks in a store • Shipping clerks, receptionists in an office • Set of pictures corresponding to a set of entity types 51

GETTING STARTED WITH ARENA PROMPTS Prompt Name Type Members Resource Name Tally Name Counter Name Entity Type Picture Name Description The unique name of the set being defined. Type of set being defined. Repeat group that specifies the resource members with the set. The order of listing the members within the repeat group is important when using selection rules such as Preferred Order and Cyclical. Name of the resource to include in the resource set. Applies only when Type is Resource. Name of the tally within the tally set. Applies only when Type is Tally. Name of the counter within the counter set. Applies only when Type is Counter. Name of the entity type within the entity type set. Applies only when Type is Entity. Name of the picture within the picture set. Applies only when Type is Entity Picture. 52

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