SRTF scheduling program in C++ with explanation

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What is SRTF Scheduling Algorithm

  • SRTF stands for Shortest Remaining Time First.
  • The process that has least burst time gets the CPU first.
  • The processes gets serviced by the CPU in order of their burst time in ascending order.
  • SRTF is preemptive. A process that is running on the CPU can be removed if a new process arrives in ready queue with lower burst time than current process.
  • SRTF is basically preemtive version of SJF.

If you want to understand more about SRTF algorithm with example, watch the below video.

Implementing SRTF Algorithm in C++

Input

  1. Number of processes
  2. Arrival time of each process. If all process arrives at the same time, this can be set to 0 for all processes.
  3. Burst time of each process

Output

  1. Start Time(ST), Completion Time(CT), Turnaround Time(TAT), Waiting Time(WT) and Response Time(RT) for each process.
  2. Average turnaround Time, average waiting time and average response time.
  3. Throughput and cpu utilization.

Algorithm

completed = 0
current_time = 0
while(completed != n) {
    find process with minimum burst time among process that are in ready queue at current_time
    if(process found) {
        if(process is getting CPU for the first time) {
            start_time = current_time
        }
        burst_time = burst_time - 1
        current_time = current_time + 1
        if(burst_time == 0) {
            completion_time  = current_time
            turnaround_time = completion_time - arrival_time
            waiting_time = turnaround_time - burst_time
            response_time = start_time - arrival_time

            mark process as completed
            completed++
        }
    }
    else {
        current_time++
    }
}

If you want to understand how these formulas are derived, watch the below video.

#include <iostream>
#include <algorithm> 
#include <iomanip>
#include <string.h> 
using namespace std;

struct process {
    int pid;
    int arrival_time;
    int burst_time;
    int start_time;
    int completion_time;
    int turnaround_time;
    int waiting_time;
    int response_time;
};

int main() {

    int n;
    struct process p[100];
    float avg_turnaround_time;
    float avg_waiting_time;
    float avg_response_time;
    float cpu_utilisation;
    int total_turnaround_time = 0;
    int total_waiting_time = 0;
    int total_response_time = 0;
    int total_idle_time = 0;
    float throughput;
    int burst_remaining[100];
    int is_completed[100];
    memset(is_completed,0,sizeof(is_completed));

    cout << setprecision(2) << fixed;

    cout<<"Enter the number of processes: ";
    cin>>n;

    for(int i = 0; i < n; i++) {
        cout<<"Enter arrival time of process "<<i+1<<": ";
        cin>>p[i].arrival_time;
        cout<<"Enter burst time of process "<<i+1<<": ";
        cin>>p[i].burst_time;
        p[i].pid = i+1;
        burst_remaining[i] = p[i].burst_time;
        cout<<endl;
    }

    int current_time = 0;
    int completed = 0;
    int prev = 0;

    while(completed != n) {
        int idx = -1;
        int mn = 10000000;
        for(int i = 0; i < n; i++) {
            if(p[i].arrival_time <= current_time && is_completed[i] == 0) {
                if(burst_remaining[i] < mn) {
                    mn = burst_remaining[i];
                    idx = i;
                }
                if(burst_remaining[i] == mn) {
                    if(p[i].arrival_time < p[idx].arrival_time) {
                        mn = burst_remaining[i];
                        idx = i;
                    }
                }
            }
        }

        if(idx != -1) {
            if(burst_remaining[idx] == p[idx].burst_time) {
                p[idx].start_time = current_time;
                total_idle_time += p[idx].start_time - prev;
            }
            burst_remaining[idx] -= 1;
            current_time++;
            prev = current_time;
            
            if(burst_remaining[idx] == 0) {
                p[idx].completion_time = current_time;
                p[idx].turnaround_time = p[idx].completion_time - p[idx].arrival_time;
                p[idx].waiting_time = p[idx].turnaround_time - p[idx].burst_time;
                p[idx].response_time = p[idx].start_time - p[idx].arrival_time;

                total_turnaround_time += p[idx].turnaround_time;
                total_waiting_time += p[idx].waiting_time;
                total_response_time += p[idx].response_time;

                is_completed[idx] = 1;
                completed++;
            }
        }
        else {
             current_time++;
        }  
    }

    int min_arrival_time = 10000000;
    int max_completion_time = -1;
    for(int i = 0; i < n; i++) {
        min_arrival_time = min(min_arrival_time,p[i].arrival_time);
        max_completion_time = max(max_completion_time,p[i].completion_time);
    }

    avg_turnaround_time = (float) total_turnaround_time / n;
    avg_waiting_time = (float) total_waiting_time / n;
    avg_response_time = (float) total_response_time / n;
    cpu_utilisation = ((max_completion_time - total_idle_time) / (float) max_completion_time )*100;
    throughput = float(n) / (max_completion_time - min_arrival_time);

    cout<<endl<<endl;

    cout<<"#P\t"<<"AT\t"<<"BT\t"<<"ST\t"<<"CT\t"<<"TAT\t"<<"WT\t"<<"RT\t"<<"\n"<<endl;

    for(int i = 0; i < n; i++) {
        cout<<p[i].pid<<"\t"<<p[i].arrival_time<<"\t"<<p[i].burst_time<<"\t"<<p[i].start_time<<"\t"<<p[i].completion_time<<"\t"<<p[i].turnaround_time<<"\t"<<p[i].waiting_time<<"\t"<<p[i].response_time<<"\t"<<"\n"<<endl;
    }
    cout<<"Average Turnaround Time = "<<avg_turnaround_time<<endl;
    cout<<"Average Waiting Time = "<<avg_waiting_time<<endl;
    cout<<"Average Response Time = "<<avg_response_time<<endl;
    cout<<"CPU Utilization = "<<cpu_utilisation<<"%"<<endl;
    cout<<"Throughput = "<<throughput<<" process/unit time"<<endl;


}

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