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Process scheduling with scalable performance is an issue in computer system. Scalability of scheduling algorithm is its ability to don't decrease the performance when large processes are under run. The performance of job scheduling policies strongly depends on the properties of the incoming jobs. In this paper, the authors have analyzed the impact of scalability on different CPU scheduling algorithms with reference to average waiting time, average turnaround time and average response time to determine which algorithm is most suitable for uniprocessor environment. The burst time, arrival time and priority is randomly generated using exponential probability distribution and the performance of all algorithms has been evaluated with reference to arrival time or without arrival time.
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