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In this final project you are given the opportunity to design and develop a C program that
simulates CPU Scheduling Algorithms
Write a C program that simulates CPU Scheduling Algorithms. Your program should support only
uniprocessor mode and implement the following scheduling algorithms:
• First Come First Serve (FCFS)
• Non-preemptive Shortest Job First (SJF)
• Non-preemptive Priority (0 to 99 priorities inclusive, where 0 means highest priority)
• Round Robin (RR) with Quantum = 10
As this is a simple CPU scheduling simulator, you're not required to simulate I/O operations, I/O
waiting state, interrupts, and/or context switches. However, you should implement your own
queue, priority queue, and any other relevant data structure you might need.