A simulation model for the study of job scheduling policy.
Schneidewind, N. F.
Roland, R. J.
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A job scheduling simulation model was produced for the purpose of developing an effective Initiator usage policy. While the first part of the study gives a detailed overview of the structure of the OS/MVT Job Management routines the parts thereafter are devoted to describing the simulation model and to an analysis of Naval Postgraduate School Computer Center operational data. A user's manual, a demonstration run with results, and a program listing of the simulation model are included.
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