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Page 26 of Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology Vol. 6, Issue 1 [page]

1974 Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology  
Job Scheduling in a Monoprogrammed Environment By B.J. Austin,” P.P. Hanlon” and J.J. Russell This paper describes an algorithm for the computer selection of jobs for execution.  ...  Its application in a monoprogrammed environment is discussed, but the technique could be applied in a multi-stream system.  ... 

An efficient job scheduling algorithm for mixed turnaround and deadline applications

K.Sundar Das, Toby J. Teorey
1978 Information Sciences  
A practical algorithm for scheduling mixed job streams on monoprogrammed computers, with potential application to a multiprogramming environment is presented.  ...  Computer job scheduling is often performed with little understanding of the formal properties of the jobs being scheduled.  ...  Petersen for their assistance in this research effort.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0020-0255(78)90039-7 fatcat:zutkdosscbdi5hnlscpw4ddkkq

Page 111 of Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology Vol. 9, Issue 3 [page]

1977 Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology  
., HANLON, P.P. and RUSSELL, J.J. (1974): “Job Scheduling in a Monoprogrammed Environment”, Austral. Comput. J., Vol. 6, No. 1, p26.  ...  It is inherent in the scheduling procedure that several examinations of a given job may occur before it is submitted for execution. In general, this overhead is acceptable.  ... 

Page 1970 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 80E [page]

1980 Mathematical Reviews  
A practical algorithm for scheduling mixed job streams on monoprogrammed computers, with potential applica- tion to a multiprogramming environment, is presented.  ...  From the introduction: “The problem is to find a feasible schedule in which each job is run for the same amount of time p.  ... 

Simulation of an ECS-based operating system

M. H. MacDougall
1967 Proceedings of the April 18-20, 1967, spring joint computer conference on - AFIPS '67 (Spring)  
First, let us review the basic elements of a proposed Extended Core operating system (ECOS) and the environment in which it resides.  ...  INTRODUCTION Extended Core Storage (ECS) for the Control Data 64/6600 System has been described in another paper. 1 ECS is a large capacity, word-addressable core memory with block transfer times of from  ...  When a state-to-state transition is scheduled but cannot be made (e.g., when a job requires the CPU but finds the CPU busy), the job is entered in a queue for subsequent rescheduling.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1465482.1465601 dblp:conf/afips/MacDougall67 fatcat:oilcsh34ynduloudcj5hmsqcvm

Integrated performance models for SPMD applications and MIMD architectures

P. Cremonesi, C. Gennaro
2002 IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems  
Since the parameters of the models correspond to measurable program and hardware characteristics, the models can be used to anticipate the performance behavior of a parallel application as a function of  ...  A job arriving in the fork station is split into c jobs, each of them representing a single processor computation.  ...  A single job, representing the program in execution, circulates in the queuing network.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tpds.2002.1019862 fatcat:os4ikjcqyvefbecks7xucisgfa

Integrated performance models for spmd applications and mimd architectures

P. Cremonesi, C. Gennaro
2002 IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems  
Since the parameters of the models correspond to measurable program and hardware characteristics, the models can be used to anticipate the performance behavior of a parallel application as a function of  ...  A job arriving in the fork station is split into c jobs, each of them representing a single processor computation.  ...  A single job, representing the program in execution, circulates in the queuing network.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tpds.2002.1158268 fatcat:vigoirsxobgh3lbr2brde2sgom

A structural approach to computer performance analysis

P. H. Hughes, G. Moe
1973 Proceedings of the June 4-8, 1973, national computer conference and exposition on - AFIPS '73  
This restriction results in a model which is convenient and practical for many purposes, particularly in batch-processing environments.  ...  The present work arises out of a continuing program of performance evaluation begun in 1970 on the UNIVAC 1108 operated by SIXTEF (a non-profit engineering research foundation) for the Technical University  ...  This is done by the coarse scheduling routines, which also decide on the number and type of jobs to be simultaneously open and hence the job mix which is obtained.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1499586.1499630 dblp:conf/afips/HughesM73 fatcat:y7ksyjqgnbeithjbfslkpuvx24

Survey of virtual machine research

Robert P. Goldberg
1974 Computer  
Acknowledgments The author would like to thank the many people (some of whose names appear in the bibliography) with whom he has discussed virtual machine research over the years.  ...  of a com puter system's environment.  ...  use scheduled for separate blocks of time during the day (and night).  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.1974.6323581 fatcat:odhm4njurzfkfb3v6p7ncfqzpq

Distributed operating systems

Andrew S. Tanenbaum, Robbert Van Renesse
1985 ACM Computing Surveys  
After a discussion of what constitutes a distributed operating system and how it is distinguished from a computer network, various key design issues are discussed.  ...  Distributed operating systems have many aspects in common with centralized ones, but they also differ in certain ways.  ...  In MICROS, the processors are monoprogrammed, so if a job requiring S processes suddenly appears, the system must allocate S processors for it. Jobs can be created at any level of the hierarchy.  ... 
doi:10.1145/6041.6074 fatcat:mpv2guiqsvf6zi26h7hh5xqdkm

Third Generation Computer Systems

Peter J. Denning
1971 ACM Computing Surveys  
A perfunctory knowledge of third generation systems is presumed.  ...  The common features of third generation operating systems are surveyed from a general view, with emphasis on the common abstractions that constitute at least the basis for a "theory" of operating systems  ...  tiprogramming are independent concepts; many CDC 6600 batch-processing installations are examples of multiprogrammed systems with one job-entry terminal, whereas MIT's CTSS [C4] is an example of a monoprogrammed  ... 
doi:10.1145/356593.356595 fatcat:zjvhn5qcbffz7gw354sbcpitq4