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Min-min, min-max, max-min, max-max menu driven scheduling algorithm using c++

By SHIVANI KUMARI

Menu driven source code to select between four different scheduling i.e min-min,min-max,max-min and max-max algorithms to know which task will be allocated to which machine in much efficient way.

Menu driven source code to select between four different scheduling i.e min-min,min-max,max-min and max-max algorithms to know which task will be allocated to which machine in much efficient way.

Case 1 : MIN-MIN

Here the task with minimum completion time is selected and then the one with minimum execution time is allocated to the resource.

Case 2 : MIN-MAX

Here the task with minimum completion time is selected and then the one with maximum execution time is allocated to the resource.

Case 1 : MAX-MIN

Here the task with maximum completion time is selected and then the one with minimum execution time is allocated to the resource.

Case 1 : MAX-MAX

Here the task with maximum completion time is selected and then the one with maximum execution time is allocated to the resource.

 

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