In the following example, there are 5 processes given. Their arrival time and Burst Time are given in the table.
At time 0, The Process P0 arrives with the CPU burst time of 3 units. Since it is the only process arrived till now hence this will get scheduled immediately.
P0 is executed for 3 units, meanwhile, only one process P1 arrives at time 3. This will get scheduled immediately since the OS doesn't have a choice.
P1 is executed for 5 units. Meanwhile, all the processes get available. We have to calculate the Response Ratio for all the remaining jobs.
Since, the Response ratio of P3 is higher hence P3 will be scheduled first.
P3 is scheduled for 1 unit. The next available processes are P2 and P4. Let's calculate their Response ratio.
The response ratio of P2 is higher hence P2 will be scheduled.
Now, the only available process is P4 with the burst time of 2 units, since there is no other process available hence this will be scheduled.
Average Waiting Time = 13/5
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