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scheduler

[′skej·ə·lər]
(computer science)
A system control program that determines the sequence in which programs will be processed by a computer and automatically submits them for execution at predetermined times.

scheduler

scheduler

The part of the operating system that initiates and terminates jobs (programs) in the computer. Also called a "dispatcher," it maintains a list of jobs to be run and allocates computer resources as required.
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According to the aim of this paper, it is attended to address the need of an effective scheduling algorithm and scheduler implementation for use with a range of TTC architecture to assure that the developers can select an appropriate scheduling method and the scheduler implementation without having an impact on the timing behaviour in the system.
By connecting an OpenLAB CDS system with any LIMS, the Sampler Scheduler eliminates these manual steps.
To be able to make full use of the cluster computing resources, Capacity Task Scheduler divide the whole Hadoop cluster into several job waiting queues.
Heirloom's new scheduler solves that problem," said Gary Crook, CEO of Heirloom Computing.
The new release of Resource Scheduler follows the acquisition of PeopleCube, in early July 2012, which according to Asure makes the company the largest global provider of cloud-based workplace management solutions.
The company said its Scheduler for LightSwitch is an extension that includes five built-in views, recurring appointments, reminders, labels, data binding, grouping and import/export capabilities.
0 offers users significant improvements over the previous module including the ability to convert IBM standard Job Scheduler entries into Halcyon Groups and Jobs using a simple command.
Once the scheduler has confirmed the nomination type, an electronic representation of the EDI transaction is stored relationally and is forwarded to the pipeline by way of Dominion's EDI translator (Gentran Information Server GIS).
Sanderson (1991) proposed a model human scheduler as a descriptive, computational model that could support the design decisions needed in advanced manufacturing systems and improve understanding of the human contribution to scheduling functions.
The company's flagship software solutions, Scheduler Plus (SP) and Scheduler Plus ii (SPii) are used by more than 2,000 hospitals, universities, and corporations, making them the leading solutions for event and resource management and facility scheduling.
In the end, we adopted the WebScheduler Surgical Group Scheduler (SGS-35), a customizable Web- and PDA-accessible practice management offering that allows us to streamline not just scheduling, but also surgical assists, surgical consults, rounding lists, vacation, conferences and call schedules.
1 of Macro Scheduler offers many enhancements over the previous version.