- multi- + programming (Wiktionary)
“I was inspired by TAOS, an OS aimed at distributed systems that used a low-level virtual machine to make code portable; BeOS didn't really impress me much, but Oberon had some interesting ideas if woefully inadequate on the multiprogramming side.”
“Today, the term is rarely used since all but the most specialized computer operating systems support multiprogramming.”
“An MPP system is also known as a "shared nothing" system. multiprogramming, or the interleaved execution of two or more programs by a processor.”
“IBM's first dispatcher went into their operating system when they enabled multiprogramming in the 1970s.”
“In contrast, the third and fourth examples, covering memory allocation by a multiprogramming system and heap management for those languages that deal with variables whose values are \ "big\" objects, speak of allocating space in blocks of different sizes.”
“Paging a memory management function, while multiprogramming a processor management function, are the two interdependent?”
“The following table gives the difference between the batch multiprogramming and time sharing: System call A system call is a request made by any program to the operating system for performing tasks -- picked from a predefined set -- which the said program does not have required permissions to execute in its own flow of execution.”
“With multiprogramming, the utilization of processor is greatly improved, but it has its own problems.”
“Time-sharing system With multiprogramming, the overall system is quite efficient.”
“To reach this new goal, a similar technique to multiprogramming can be used, called time sharing.”
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