An Improved Method for Achieving Optimum Efficacy of CPU Scheduling
Priyanka Sharma, Sultan Singh Saini, , ,
Affiliations 1,2: Dept. of Computer Science & Engg., Jaipur Engineering College, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India.
Over the past decades, with huge published efforts a good amount of research community related to CPU scheduling field has demonstrated that an act of utilized system can significantly improve with an adoption of effectual algorithm. However, each and every offered algorithm of CPU scheduling process made an endeavour to augment an act of system but most of techniques fails to maintain their efficiency with rapid growth of process or other amendments take place in system. Additionally, dissimilar method executes differently and offered several unique associated restrictions that generate the need of implementation of a new optimized method for enhancing an act of adopted system. This paper discussed an optimized version of Round Robin (RR) CPU scheduling algorithm. The vast experimental fallouts pointedly denoted the remarks of the proposed method in contrast to other offered practices, proposed approach effectively improves the scheduling act of CPU with attaining low length of task switching, average waiting and turnaround time span.
Priyanka Sharma, Sultan Singh Saini."An Improved Method for Achieving Optimum Efficacy of CPU Scheduling". International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends (IJCERT), ISSN:2349-7084, Vol. 8, Issue 02, pp.15-21, February - 2021, URL:https://ijcert.org/ems/ijcert_papers/V8I201.pdf,
Keywords : Schedular, Scheduling, Round Robin, Average Waiting Time(AWT), Average Turnaround Time(ATT)
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