n. The way in which the operating system decides which thread to run next. Most commercial RTOSes use a preemptive priority-based scheduling algorithm, which guarantees that the highest priority ready task is run every time. Some possible scheduling algorithms, among many, include run-to-completion, shortest- job-first, and earliest-deadline-first.
Home scheduling algorithm
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