## In which scheduling assign priorities in order of deadline?

Deadline-monotonic priority assignment is a priority assignment policy used with fixed-priority pre-emptive scheduling. With deadline-monotonic priority assignment, tasks are assigned priorities according to their deadlines. The task with the shortest deadline is assigned the highest priority.

**Which of the following algorithm is deadline monotonic scheduling algorithm?**

Deadline Monotonic Scheduling : It is a Preemptive Scheduling Algorithm that means if any task of higher priority comes then, running task is preempted and higher priority task is assigned to CPU. Priority of task is inversely proportional to deadline i.e., task with shortest deadline is assigned highest priority.

### What is deadline in process scheduling?

Earliest deadline first (EDF) or least time to go is a dynamic priority scheduling algorithm used in real-time operating systems to place processes in a priority queue. Whenever a scheduling event occurs (task finishes, new task released, etc.) the queue will be searched for the process closest to its deadline.

**How does rate monotonic scheduling work?**

In computer science, rate-monotonic scheduling (RMS) is a priority assignment algorithm used in real-time operating systems (RTOS) with a static-priority scheduling class. The static priorities are assigned according to the cycle duration of the job, so a shorter cycle duration results in a higher job priority.

## Is Priority scheduling optimal?

The earlier the deadline, the higher the priority. This algorithm is optimal when used to schedule jobs on a processor as long as preemption is allowed and jobs do not contend for resources.

**What is the relation of T and D in deadline monotonic scheduling policy?**

Difference between Rate Monotonic Scheduling and Deadline monotonic Scheduling :

Rate Monotonic Scheduling | Deadline Monotonic Scheduling |
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Priority is inversely proportional to the cycle time. | Priority is inversely proportional to the deadline (time limit). |

### What are the advantages of the EDF scheduling algorithm over the rate monotonic scheduling algorithm?

The task whose deadline is closest gets the highest priority. The priorities are assigned and changed in a dynamic fashion. EDF is very efficient as compared to other scheduling algorithms in real-time systems. It can make the CPU utilization to about 100% while still guaranteeing the deadlines of all the tasks.

**Which scheduling algorithm is can be used for an independent periodic process?**

Which scheduling algorithm is can be used for an independent periodic process? Solution: Explanation: The RMS os rate monotonic scheduling is periodic scheduling algorithm but EDD, LL, and LST are aperiodic scheduling algorithm.

## What advantage S does RM scheduling have over EDF scheduling?

An advantage of RM with respect to EDF is that, if the number of priority levels is not high, the RM algorithm can be implemented more efficiently by splitting the ready queue into several FIFO queues, one for each priority level. In this case, the insertion of a task in the ready queue can be performed in O(1).

**What are the advantages of monotonic scheduling?**

It is easy to implement. If any static priority assignment algorithm can meet the deadlines then rate monotonic scheduling can also do the same. It is optimal. It consists of calculated copy of the time periods unlike other time-sharing algorithms as Round robin which neglects the scheduling needs of the processes.

### How is priority scheduling calculated?

The turnaround time and the waiting time can be calculated by the following formula.

- Turnaround Time = Completion Time – Arrival Time.
- Waiting Time = Turn Around Time – Burst Time.