Messages arrive at a communication line according to a two-phase hyperexponential distribution with phase probabilities 0.4 and 0.6. The average arrival times for the two phases are 4.8 milliseconds and 0.8 milliseconds, respectively. Simulate the process for 100 milliseconds.
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Shown is the mean number of arrivals during the first 100 milliseconds.
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Compare with the value obtained from simulation of the time slice distribution.