A hybrid approach to Enhancing Process Scheduling in multiple core Systems

Anthony Luvanda


Process scheduling within computer systems and with regards to the CPU always encounters bottle necks due to over reliance on single processor scheduling techniques. The presence of multicore processor systems attempts to increase throughput without however operating at full optimum capacity, hence the need for the proposal of a more efficient scheduling approach for use in multiple core systems. This paper conducted a comparative analysis of the rate of efficiency of existing scheduling algorithms with the aid of secondary data. It then employed CPU user benchmark analysis to asses the effectiveness of the proposed approach. Quad-core processor systems are most suitable for the proposed approach which basically implements two approaches one where scheduling decisions are handled by a master processor while other processors execute the user code thus always ensuring that all processors are busy and always utilized.

Keywords: Process scheduling, multicore systems, system optimization

DOI: 10.7176/JIEA/11-2-04

Publication date: May 30th 2021

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ISSN (Paper)2224-5782 ISSN (Online)2225-0506
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