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AIX: what's the best way to list processes by CPU utilization ?

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** AIX-specific answers only please *** Don't give me Solaris-specific or Linux-specific answers.

other than using ps with the "pcpu" option on an AIX box, is there any other way to find which processes are taking up most CPU time ? I would prefer a list in descending order of utilization.. short scripts are OK too.
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ps aux | head -10

to see top 10 processes in order of cpu utilization.
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