## C-LOOK Disk Scheduling Algorithm – Operating System

C-Look is fairly similar to that of your SCAN algorithms, just a small difference So this is your request queue We have drawn that queue onto the scale in increasing order And we have also mentioned the initial HEAD position (i.e 50) on the scale, here So we begin from here and we traverse towards

## Critical path algorithm (ver 1)

(male narrator) So we wanna find the priority list for this diagraph using the critical path algorithm, and there’s a couple of versions of the critical path algorithm. We’re gonna start with sort of the… sort of definitional version that turns out not to be very efficient, uh…but we’re gonna… it’ll help us understand how

## Scheduling: The Critical Path Algorithm Version 1 (Part 2)

– WELCOME TO THE SECOND LESSON ON VERSION 1 OF THE CRITICAL PATH ALGORITHM. IN THIS LESSON WE’LL APPLY VERSION 1 OF THE CRITICAL PATH ALGORITHM TO GREATER PRIORITY LIST AND THEN ALSO CREATE A SCHEDULE. SO FOR REVIEW FROM THE FIRST LESSON, HERE ARE THE FOUR STEPS FOR A VERSION 1 OF THE CRITICAL

## Scheduling: The List Processing Algorithm Part 1

– WELCOME TO A LESSON ON THE LIST PROCESSING ALGORITHM FOR SCHEDULING. IN THE INTRODUCTION LESSON, WE LOOKED AT COMPLETED SCHEDULES. SMALL SCHEDULES CAN BE EQUATED USING GUESS AND CHECK, BUT WOULD NOT WORK WELL WITH DOZENS OR HUNDREDS OF TASKS. TO CREATE A MORE PROCEDURAL APPROACH, WE MIGHT BEGIN WITH A PRIORITY LIST. ONCE

## List processing algorithm

Okay, so we’re going to schedule this diagraph on two processors, using this priority list. And what we’re using here is the list processing algorithm, which allows us to use a priority list to create a schedule. And so the first thing we’re going to do is identify ready task. Ready tasks are tasks that

## Lecture – 9 Packet Scheduling Algorithm Introduction

So, we will today discuss about packet scheduling algorithms for providing quality of service guarantees in internet. Till today, we have been considering that various flows when they share the buffer at a particular router or a statistical multiplexer; then there is one common buffer where all the flows are sharing this common buffer and

## SRTF algorithm – an example

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## Microsoft Project 2013 Tutorial | Organizing Tasks Into Logical Groups

once you've started to enter a number of tasks as we have here on the my bedroom with tasks file and it's worth considering breaking these tasks down into logical groups as with in this case by bedroom I might want to break down the first lot here all the way down to six or