Translating complex subjects to simple.

Through my journey in university and academic carrear, I have noticed that subjects are being taught in the most complicated way when they really do not need to be. So over the course of the next few weeks, I am going to tackling such subcjects and as my primary area of training, I am going to start. Like my assignment, for example, we were told we need to told write an operating system scheduler to eliminate process starvation, but we weren’t given a scenario of how that might happen really walked through it to walk it through or anything.  Below is an algorithm i have studied in an operating system module priority based scheduling which runs the tasks that are most important and decides it based on a number of factors.

An approach to eliminate operating systems running out of resources

Step 1 read the computer file   with all of the process jobs ;

Step 2 : make sure all of the operating  system process jobs have been converted into data that can be used by the algorithm

Step 3. Separate out all of the high priority, low priority jobs and midlevel jobs into the different priority queue. Asses the amount of time taken in each priority jobs.

Step 4 : look at all of the jobs, the most important operating systems, the least important jobs, and the somewhat important jobs.

Step 5 :  asses all of the jobs to see if any has been waiting for too long.

This is an example of how framing effects the way that complicated topics affect the understanding of complicated programming. This very thing takes hundreds if not thousands of lines of code to write, but now that we understand how its the algorithm works in a simple and well laid out way. and we can build from our understanding  but if we are thrust with complex terms about a subject , and just shown examples with no real explanation we dont know anything at all. Unique framing devices work best when delivering this type of content.

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