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 four scheduling algorithms such as, First Come First Serve scheduling, Shortest Job First scheduling, Round Robin scheduling, Earliest Deadline First scheduling run on a C-language based simulator to find the performance parameters.
The average utilization time of the Round Robin scheduling and the First Come First Come scheduling algorithm is less than the SJF and EDF.
Deficit Round Robin (DRR) is also identified as Deficit Weighted Round Robin (DWRR); a modified weighted round robin scheduling algorithm.
Introduction to divisible load scheduling scheme and round robin scheduling, its advantages and disadvantages, usage of these schemes in cloud environments are discussed in section 3.
The weighted Round Robin scheduling algorithm assign weight to each queue then scheduling tasks of various sub queue according to weight [14].