Dynamic scheduling, Operating System

 

Dynamic scheduling: The number of thread in a program may be changed during the course of operation. Dynamic priority scheduling is a kind of scheduling algorithm in which the priorities are determined during the run time of the system. The goal of dynamic scheduling is to calculate to dynamically modification progress and form an optimal configuration in self-sustained manner.

 

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