Static Load Balancing Scheduling for Multiprocessing System

Shahid Iqbal


Multiprocessing is the coordinated processing of programs by more than one computer processor. Multiprocessing simply means putting multiple processors in one system in order to speed up computation. This paper talks about the static load balancing scheduling algorithm for the multiprocessing system. In this different tasks are statically assigned to different processors for efficient utilization of each processor in the system. In this a new term “Gap” has been added which is the basis of the performance of the system. Our Simulation result shows the better and efficient utilization of computer processors in a static manner.

Keywords: Multiprocessing system, scheduling algorithm, load balancing.

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