One of a series of reports describing the Hypercube Queuing Model, a computer program that calculates selected performance measures of emergency service systems (police, fire, and medical). This report comprises a listing of the computer program, along with brief instructions for its use and addresses from which the program itself can be ordered. The model is designed to assist emergency service agencies in designing response districts for their mobile vehicles. (See also R-1238, R-1493, R-1688/1, R-1688/2.)
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