One in a series of five reports describing the Hypercube Queueing Model, a computer program that calculates selected performance measures of emergency service systems (police, fire, and medical). The model is especially useful in designing response districts for emergency mobile vehicles. This report describes and gives examples of applications, describes the procedures to operate the computer program, and discusses the decisions to be made, the results, and the costs and requirements for operation. Future modifications are delineated. (See also R-1238, R-1493, R-1688/1, R-1688/3.)
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