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CSE 10 - ELECTIVE 2 2ND EXAM
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What does the queue size represent in a single-server system?a) The average waiting time of tasks in the queue.b) The number of tasks that can wait in…
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What does the Poisson distribution model in the context of inventory systems?a) The variability in lead time for order deliveriesb) The distribution o…
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What represents the time it takes for the server in a single-server system to handle a task?a) Arrival process.b) Queue.c) Server.d) Se…
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Which inventory management policy is suitable for environments with varying demand?a) (s, S) Policyb) Base-stock Policyc) EOQ (Economic Orde…
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What type of system is an inventory system?a) A continuous-time systemb) A stochastic systemc) A deterministic systemd) A discrete even…
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Which component of an inventory system represents the amount of product available in storage at any given time?a) Lead Timeb) Inventory Stoc…
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What is the flowchart of a single-server system?a) Task Arrives, Is Server Busy?, Process Task, Task Departure.b) Start, Task Arrives, Is Server …
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What is the most common queue discipline used in a single-server system?a) FIFO (First-In-First-Out).b) LIFO (Last-In-First-Out).c) Priority…
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What are the key components of a single-server system?a) Process, queue, server, and departure process.b) Arrival process, queue, service pr…
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What happens when the server in a single-server system is busy?a) Incoming tasks wait in the queue.b) Incoming tasks are processed randomly.c) In…
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What represents the time between consecutive arrivals in a single-server system?a) Arrival process.b) Queue.c) Service process.d) Serve…
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In the Poisson distribution formula, what does lambda (λ) represent?a) The specific number of events we want to calculate the probability forb) The pr…
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What is the key characteristic of the Poisson distribution?a) It models events that are continuous and flow smoothlyb) It models events that occu…
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What is the mathematical model commonly used to describe a single-server system?a) M/G/1 queue.b) M/M/n queue.c) M/D/1 queue.d) M/M/1 queue.
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What is a single-server system?a) A system where the server processes tasks randomly.b) A queuing system where a single service provider handles …
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In an inventory system, events that cause changes in the system's state include:a) Customer orders, stock depletion, reorder points being reached…
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Which probability distribution is commonly used in inventory systems to model random customer demand?a) Binomial distributionb) Normal distributionc) …
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In an inventory system, what is the stock level at which a new order is placed to replenish inventory called?a) Demand Occursb) Order Lead Timec)…
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What is the primary goal of inventory management?a) To minimize carrying costsb) To ensure the right amount of stock is available to meet customer dem…
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What happens when a task in a single-server system is processed?a) It waits for the next task to arrive.b) It departs from the system.c) It enters the…
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A framework used to manage and control the levels of inventory within an organization
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Essential for reducing costs while ensuring smooth business operations
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The amount of product available in storage at any given time.
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Customer orders or requests for products, which may follow a specific probability distribution.
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The time it takes for a new order to be delivered once it has been placed with the supplier
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The stock level at which a new order is placed to replenish inventory.
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The amount of stock ordered when the reorder point is reached.
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The situation where customer demand exceeds the available stock, and orders cannot be fulfilled immediately
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In the flow of an inventory system, this is the step where the system starts with an initial inventory level
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In the flow of an inventory system, this is the step where customers place orders, and the inventory is reduced to meet demand.
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In the flow of an inventory system, this is the step where if the inventory falls below the reorder point, an order is placed with the supplier
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In the flow of an inventory system, this is the step where if inventory is sufficient, no action is taken
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A delay between placing the order and receiving the new stock
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The inventory continues to deplete based on demand during lead timeTrueFalse
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In the flow of an inventory system, this is the step where the order arrives, ad the inventory level is increased by the order quantity
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In the flow of an inventory system, this is the step where the process repeats as demand continues, and inventory levels are managed over time
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Standard policies used to manage inventory
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In this policy, an order of fixed quantity QQ is placed when the inventory level drops below a specified reorder point ss. It’s a simpl…
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In this policy, the system orders just enough inventory to bring the stock level back up to a maximum level SS when the reorder point s…
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An order is placed every time an item is sold to bring the inventory level back to a target (base-stock) level. This is often used in make-to-order sy…
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A simulation where the system's state changes at distinct points in time, triggered by specific events
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Include occurrences such as customer orders, stock depletion, reorder points being reached, orders being placed, and the arrival of new inventory afte…
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The system changes state only when these occur in a DES. For example, the inventory level decreases when a customer order is fulfilled, or…
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Time in DES is _-driven. In inventory systems, time moves forward in jumps, progressing from one significant event (e.g., a demand or a replenishment)…
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Inventory systems rely on discrete events like customer demand, stockouts, and replenishment, where the system’s state (inventory levels) ch…
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Inventory levels are countable, making the changes in the system discrete (e.g., the stock reduces by 5 units when a customer orders 5 units…
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One of the key reasons why inventory systems belong to DES. The system doesn’t change continuously; instead, events such as demand or orders…
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When inventory is insufficient to meet demand, events like backorders or delays are triggered, mimicking the behavior of queue systems often modeled i…
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Enumerate the four reasons why inventory systems belong to DES.
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Commonly used in inventory systems to model random customer demand, particularly when demand occurs randomly over a fixed period of time.
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It is ideal for situations where events (e.g., customer orders) happen independently and unpredictably, such as in retail or service environments wher…
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A key characteristic of poisson distribution that means it deals with events that can be counted
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Poisson distribution models the occurrence of events (like demand) that happen randomly, with a constant average rate, but without knowing exactly whe…
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Events in Poisson Distribution occur _ at a time.
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Key Characteristics of Poisson Distribution:
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Poisson probability mass function (PMF) is given by the formula:. What does X represent?
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Poisson probability mass function (PMF) is given by the formula:. What does k represent?
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Poisson probability mass function (PMF) is given by the formula:. What does λ represent?
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Poisson probability mass function (PMF) is given by the formula:. What does e represent?
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Gives the probability that exactly k customer orders occur in a given period (e.g., a day) if the average number of orders per day is λ
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