What is the difference between Cycle time, standard time &
Critical standard time?
THE TIME TAKEN TO RETURN TO ITS STARTING POINT AFTER THE
COMPLETION OF ALL PROCESSES.
The time which should be followed by the all processes
during the completion of the cycle.
means cycle time should be closer to the STANDARD time.
CRITICAL STANDARD TIME--
Maximum time that can be used by the processes during its
complete cycle is called CRITICAL STANDARD TIME.
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