Write an annotated bibliography on comparing process management in Linux and Windows OS; five sources; APA.
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In this article, M. Tim Jones provides an extensive introduction to the life cycles of processes in Linux, exploring “the kernel internals for user process creation, memory management, scheduling, and death” (n.p.). While Jones’ kernel representations of processes is unfailingly detailed, it is the high-level comments sprinkled through the piece which are particularly instructive. An early example is the basic distinction Jones draws between long-lived processes (such as a network service) and short-lived ones (such as command line executions), with the important consequence that the management and scheduling...
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