Please help!,3.  Jobs arrive at a single-CPU computer facility with,interarrival times that are IID exponential random,variables with mean 1 minute. Each job specifies upon,its arrival the maximum amount of processing time it will,require. The maximum times specified for successive jobs,are IID exponential random variables with mean 1.1,minute. However, if m is the maximum specified processing time for a particular job, its actual,processing time is uniformly distributed between 0.55m,and 1.05m. The CPU will never process a job for more,than its specified maximum; a job whose required,processing time exceeds its specified maximum leaves the,facility without completing its service.,Arriving and waiting jobs are held in a queue until the,CPU is free to process the next waiting job. We would,like to explore two job-processing policies to see which,leads to the smaller average time in the queue. One,policy is the customary first-in, first-out (FIFO),policy. The other policy will take the next job from the,queue with the smallest specified processing time.,Discuss how would you use Commmon Random Numbers (CRN) in,the simulation testing the two policies. [This is a,variation on problem 11.8 in the Law text, page 615.],
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