--- William Djaja Tjokroaminata <billtj / z.glue.umd.edu> wrote:
> Oh, I am writing a discrete event simulator that will be used to
> simulate
> communications network (Ethernet, ATM, TCP, routing, etc.)  An
> event is 
> equivalent to a (non-preemptible) interrupt in the corresponding 
> object.  I measured how many of these interrupts I can process
> within the
> real time.

OOohh!  Ok.  I'm sorry, I thought this "event" was some generic
metric that could be applied to any arbitrary program, not some
construct specific to your application.

It makes more sense now; thanks.



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