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October 01, 2009

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Fred

Human brain are not designed to do significant multitasking. I will start making mistakes when juggling more than 3 important tasks at once. The only thing we know how to handle multiple processing is through priority. Router and switches have to handled tones of packets from each of it's ports. Usually the packets are classified upon entering the system. The lower priority packets are put in a queue and let the higher priority tasks to be executed real time. I think you might be able to break the tasks in to sub-tasklets and classify it before execution. It might be more flexible than classic interrupt management. Just a thought.

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