Multiprogramming - single processor one users many program, Electrical Engineering

Multiprogramming - Single Processor one Users  Many  Programs

When single  processor is  used to execute more than  one independent program simultaneously the technique  is called  multiprogramming. Processor executes one by one all programs for  limited time  in a cycle  like in case of multitasking. Actually multitasking as  a type  of multiprogramming in which  more than one user are working simultaneously on  different  terminals.  While  in this single user on single  computer may work on more than  one program  simultaneously.

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