Optimal Frequency Homework: Maximizing Air/Ground Queues

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In summary, the conversation discusses how to maximize the thresholds for air and ground queues while keeping the constraint of no more than one plane in each queue at the end of a 10 second loop. It is suggested to use a simulation to find the maximum thresholds, as it may be difficult to mathematically link the thresholds to the queues. However, it is noted that maintaining the constraint with 100% certainty may not be possible, and the weight given to each threshold in terms of "maximizing both" is unclear.
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Homework Statement



I want to apologize in advance as there are a few steps in this problem.[/B]
1.For each second, 2 planes join the air queue if randomAir1 < AirQueueThreshold and randomAir2 < AirQueueThreshold.
2. For each second, 1 plane joins a ground queue if randomGround < GroundQueueThreshold.
3. Air has priority over the ground. - that is, if both queues have 1 plane in them and runway is vacant, the one in the air lands.
4. It takes 2 seconds to land/take off.

I'm trying to maximize AirQueueThreshold and GroundQueueThreshold but keep airQueue <= 1 and GroundQueue <=1 at the end of a 10 second loop.

Homework Equations



We are given

p = m/n (p = probability, m = planes, n = time.[/B]

The Attempt at a Solution



is it easier just to run the simulation a bunch of times for 10 seconds and finding the maximum thresholds or is there a mathematical (straightforward) way to link the thresholds to the queues?

Thanks and sorry for any ambiguity.

Regards,
Z[/B]
 
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A simulation is probably faster.

zzmanzz said:
I'm trying to maximize AirQueueThreshold and GroundQueueThreshold but keep airQueue <= 1 and GroundQueue <=1 at the end of a 10 second loop.
You cannot keep that constraint with 100% certainty, and how do you weight the different thresholds (and the success rate) in terms "maximize both"?
 

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