User threads control dispatching, Operating System

Consider a particular system that does not have an interrupting clock.  The only way a thread can lose the processor is to voluntarily surrender it.  Additionally, the operating system does not support a dispatcher.

a) How can a group of user threads control dispatching?

b) What advantages exist in this scheme

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