time-shared batch systems, apply equally well to mixed mode systems.
However, two major factors make any determination more difficult to
make. First, get evidence to show that, in all circumstances, priority
matter how large, inefficient, or demanding should not be allowed to
dominate the overall utiliZation of the time-sharing system. In other
words, in mixed mode operation, get evidence that users with poor
characteristics are discriminated against for the sake of maintaining a
healthy system for the remaining users.
A number of other conditions are more obvious and straightforward.
unacceptable and why. Studies of time-sharing systems have shown that a
user's rate of working is closely correlated with the system response.
interaction, and thought processes are uninterrupted.
response is poor, the user becomes sluggish.
For interactive environments, a need exists to analyze command usage.
Average execution time of the truly interactive commands can provide
data for validation of the Queue 1 execution time.