round-robin scheduling


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round-robin scheduling

[′rau̇nd ¦räb·ən ′skej·ə·liŋ]
(computer science)
A scheduling algorithm which repeatedly runs through a list of users, giving each user the opportunity to use the central processing unit in succession.
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The proposed flow scheduling algorithm is compared with Weighted Fair Queuing (WFQ) [23] and Round-robin scheduling algorithms.
X-Ware is based on its widely deployed, popular real-time multitasking ThreadX RTOS, which features fully preemptive, preemption-threshold[TM], and round-robin scheduling capabilities, priority inheritance, event chaining, real-time event trace, run-time stack analysis and completely deterministic processing.
DevCon Extension (DEX) 4-thread Demoserved as the basis for the Renesas DevCon Extension Track II class, Getting Started With ThreadX, and shows a 4-thread system that illustrates the use of threads, message queues, and both preemptive and round-robin scheduling.
In the round-robin scheduling the Pac-10 has adopted, there's no avoiding the necessity of beating USC.
IAR PowerPac features re-emptive scheduling as well as round-robin scheduling, handling up to 255 priorities with an unlimited number of tasks, semaphores, mailboxes and software timers.
Each MODCOD queue is processed using a weighted round-robin scheduling algorithm to provide fairness for the RCSTs.
ThreadX also brings round-robin scheduling, Preemption-Threshold Scheduling[TM], priority inheritance, event-chaining, event-trace, run-time stack analysis, and completely deterministic processing.
MQX supports multi-tasking, priority-based pre-emptive and round-robin scheduling, memory management, run-time error detection, message passing, semaphores, performance measurement and self-testing and auditing.
ThreadX provides basic system services such as preemptive and round-robin scheduling, semaphores, message queues, mutexes, timers, interrupts, and memory management.
Adding to the ability to provision bandwidth per-class and per-connection at wire speed, the Tera Family will support strict priority or weighted round-robin scheduling for each port.
Designed to save precious design time, [micro]C/OS-III includes such features as round-robin scheduling, near zero interrupt disable time, unlimited number of application tasks, error checking and more.
All configurations support eight priority classes with strict or weighted round-robin scheduling (for both unicast and multicast data traffic) to support quality of service (QoS) applications.