Intelligent Design for SMS module by Ranked based Pre-emptive Job Scheduling Algorithm

Sasikumar Gurumurthy, Kumar Raja, Chandra Adhimulam, Siva prakash


In the recent years, mobile phones have become one of the most essential electronic devices in our day to day life. Just like other electronic devices, mobile phones too work on OS. The most commonly used OS are Android mobile OS and Windows mobile OS. Android Mobile OS is an open source platform and was developed by Google based on Linux kernel. Windows Mobile OS was developed by Microsoft Corporation which is a closed source platform and it is deemed as a new generation of the OS, it is definitely an OS that we need to look out for. Windows mobile OS uses Windows CE based architecture at kernel level. Just like its counterparts it provides basic functionalities like process scheduling, file management, memory management, resource allocation etc. Out of this, technique scheduling performs an important role in standard performance of any OS because a super platform is that in which no useful resource struggle arises. on this paper we goal to attention on making use of Ranked primarily based pre-emptive task scheduling set of rules on SMS utility of home windows mobile OS. here person affix high ranked to positive contacts, say often used contacts like mother and father or instructors or friends, in such instances if an SMS from those contacts are acquired the proposed utility could render a pop-up notification displaying this high ranked message by means of interrupting on-going process on the display. In flip the high ranked message might be redirected toward and saved in ranked inbox rather than default in container, so that the user can effortlessly get right of entry to the message as and whilst required.

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