Processors

Scheduling Simulations: An Experimental Approach to Time-Sharing Multiprocessor Scheduling Schemes

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Executive Summary

Real time systems that are logically programmed for scientific applications involve frequent job arrivals, thus requires a parallel architecture, so that maximum applications can be executed simultaneously resulting in less waiting time and maximum resource utilization. This must be achieved by workload partitioning & characterization, directs towards the development of Multiprocessor machines, a way to achieve parallel effects. Today, multiprocessor systems cover H/W replications that may replicates complete central processing units asynchronously or multiple executional units synchronously controlled by a different/common clock respectively.

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