My question is about an analogy about the consumer-producer problem in computer science

I have a basic understanding of a producer-consumer problem in a bounded buffer, but I am not able to relate it to this analogy: Describe how a highway off-ramp onto a local road is a good example of a producer/consumer

relationship with a bounded buffer. In particular, discuss how the designers might choose the size

of the off-ramp.

Things I know: (I feel this is just the basics, but anyway)

In a bounded buffer, we need a thread-safe consumer and producer.

A producer can execute only when the buffer is not full.

A consumer can execute...

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By: StackOverFlow - Thursday, 8 November

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