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Pooled Resource


A pooled resource has indistinguishable units that are not separately identified. Several units of the resource can be booked at the same time. For example, a conference center may have many folding tables. The person who schedules the use of these tables may not be concerned about which tables go into which meeting rooms, but would want to know that the inventory of folding tables is not over booked at any time.