In this project, we are to measure cost of context switch via a set of experiments. The objective
of this project are three-fold. First, we shall gain experience in understanding (and writing to a
less extend) multiprocessed and multithreaded code as a user to an operating system. Second, we
shall gain an insight on some principles of designing and implementing process and thread in the
operating system. Third, we shall become familiar with a few design issues in CPU scheduling and
multiprocessor CPU scheduling.
3.1 Required Tasks
The teams are to replicate the experimental results illustrated in Figure 1 and Figure 2 in the
following research paper,
The source code that the authors used in conducting their experiments is at
Each group shall complete a 1-page report that documents minimally the following items.
particular, contrast to the choices in the paper considering that the authors of the paper did
the experiments more than a decade ago and computer hardware has advanced a great deal
believable and meaningful.
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Develop a program to emulate a purchase transaction at a retail store. Thisprogram will have two classes, a LineItem class and a Transaction class. Th
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