JOSS : User Scheduling and Resource Allocation.

by G. E. Bryan

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A detailed description of the monitor, the supervisory unit that exercises overall control of the JOSS system's operation. The monitor acts as a scheduling, resource-allocating, and synchronizing device, deciding priority and ensuring that all data and hardware necessary for a particular action are simultaneously available. This Memorandum covers the priority queue structure, the hardware components comprising the JOSS environment, and instructions for operations of the JOSS system. 98 pp.

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