IJOART Volume 7, Issue 5, May 2018 Edition

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Analysis Of Job Scheduler Algorithms To Manage The CPU []

The aim of this paper is to analyze the algorithms of job and program scheduling in the course of managing the central processor unit, assuming the ability of memory to absorb one job using the algorithms of First In First Out "FIFO" basis, performing the shortest function first together with the Future Knowledge and scheduling Multiprogramming assuming the ability of the computer to absorb more than one job and study the Round Robin algorithm .


This paper basically discuss about the Greater fool theory on the Real estate market and its overall effects on the other markets and on the overall economy. So basically, The Greater Fool Theory is an investment belief, that says no matter how much overpriced the property or investment is, a investor would buy it thinking that there is always a greater fool than him who would buy from him and can make profits but in the actual sense this is imaginary and there could be chances of huge and irreplaceable losses.This Greater Fool theory not only exist in Real estate market but also in stock market, gold etc. and this theory have a greater application on various markets.This paper will elaborate upon the Greater fool theory on the Real estate market and explains how the bubbles are created in the real estate market and how it can further led to the crash of the Real Estate Market.This paper also elaborates upon how the Demand in the real estate market would fluctuate due to the application of Greater Fool Theory.

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