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An API, based on the User mode scheduler concept of SQL Server. Using this API, users can create multithreaded application and at the same time get rid of the overhead of too much of Context switches at the OS level.

This would help to schedule the threads at non-os level and expose only the set of threads that should run at OS level.

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multicore multithread multi-threaded ums

In a Nutshell, PROTOTYPE UMS API...

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