1. Research and then describe in your journal the scheduling algorithm used by your operating system kernel by default. Next, go to the command shell and execute one of the following commands based upon your operating system of choice: Windows: Execute the command tasklist /v Linux: Execute the command ps -efc Max OS X: Execute the command ps –efc 2. In the second part of your journal entry: a. Describe how the state values (such as “running” or “sleeping”) reported by your operating system relate to the status of threads in Round Robin, First-Come, First-Serve, and Priority-Based scheduling algorithms identified in the course textbook. b. Make note of any special thread/process reporting data your operating system provides and how it relates to process scheduling. Remember, support for a specific scheduling algorithm is determined by the environment in which your operating system is deployed.