Options: (A)It require some type of handshaking between tasks that are sharing data . This can be explicitly structured in code by the programmer, or it may happen at a lower level unknown to the programmer. (B) It involves data sharing between more than two tasks, which are often specified as being members in a common group, or collective. (C) It involves two tasks with one task acting as the sender/producer of data, and the other acting as the receiver/consumer. (D) It allows tasks to transfer data independently from one another. 1
Options: flow of expenditure devoted to increased or maintaining of the capital stock, expenditure incurred on physical assets only, production exceeding demand, net addition to stock after depreciation
Options: (A)Multiple user processes and single thread per process. (B) Multiple user processes and multiple threads per process. (C) Single user process and single thread per process. (D) Single user process and multiple threads per process. 2
Options: passes lower-frequency signals and reduces higher-frequency signals, passes higher-frequency signals and reduces lower-frequency signals, has no effect on ac signals, reduces the level of all frequencies by a significant amount
1.In uni-processor scheduling, shortest process next policy is (i) A: Non-preemptive policy (ii) B: Preemptive policy (iii) C: A policy where the process with shortest expected processing time is selected next. (iv) D: A policy where the process with shortest expected processing time is not selected.
Options: (A) A and D are true (B) B and C are true (C) A and C are true (D) B and D are true. 12