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Difference between batch sharing and time sharing?


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2008-06-19 13:31:34
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The main difference between batch sharing and time sharing is that in batch sharing system tasks are processed in order in which they arrive. Whereas, in the later the system switches between tasks.

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In batch processing the tasks are performed in batches. In time sharing, the operating system shares the time between each task.

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No. Linux can have several tasks and split resources between them. Linux would be considered a time-sharing system.

In Batch processing data is saved in database but not processed until specific time while in real time processing data is processed immediately as it is provided.

The difference between the two is that batch productions is a form of production that is applied to a large number of items all at once whilst mass production is the same but made one at a time from mass produced parts.

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Batch processing: collecting jobs in a single batch and then execute them without further interaction what the user. Interactive processing: Allows a program being executed to carry on a dialogue with the user through remote terminals. Requires real-time processing.

Executing a series of noninteractive jobs all at one time. The term originated in the days when users entered programs on punch cards. They would give a batch of these programmed cards to the system operator, who would feed them into the computer.

With batch processing, there is a list of commands generated and placed in a batch list. When the batch is ready, it is executed. In real-time processing, every command is executed immediately after it's been given.

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The difference between the two is that batch productions is a form of production that is applied to a large number of items all at once whilst mass production is the same but made one at a time from mass produced parts.

Batch processing involved a number of similar products on a production line either being designed or manufactured. Once a batch has been completed, the production line either stops, or another patch starts. Real-time processing is done instantly, and can be referenced to JIT (Just-In-Time) Production used in Business terms. As it consists of completing things "to order".

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