Processor utilization in multiprogramming systems via diffusion approximations
Gaver, Donald Paul
Shedler, Gerald S.
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This report describes an approximation for the central processor (CPU) utilization in a multiprogramming computer system. The approximation is based on use of the mathematical theory of diffusion; its adequancy is checked numerically and found to be good.
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