Cpu scheduler, computer science, Basic Computer Science

Selects among the processes in memory which are ready to execute & allocates the CPU to one of them
CPU scheduling decisions can be taken place when a process:
A. Terminates
B. Switches from running to waiting state
C. Switches from running to ready state
D. Switches from waiting to ready
Scheduling under 1 & 4 is nonpreemptive
All other scheduling is preemptive
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