▣ Lecture outline
|This course is to understand the concepts, structure, and mechanisms of operating systems. An operating system is at the center of a computer system platform. Nowadays computer systems include embedded systems, smart phones, PCs, severs, mainfraims, and supercomputers. The variety is not just in the capacity and speed of machines but in applications that OS needs to support. The topics this class discuss include processes, threads, virtual memory, scheduling, input and output, files, security, network, and distributed systems.|
▣ Professor : Lynn Choi (firstname.lastname@example.org, Engineering Bldg, #411, 3290-3249)
▣ Assistant : JoungHyun Kim (email@example.com, Engineering Bldg, #236, 3290-3896)
▣ Time(Place) : Monday(5) Wednesday(5) Engineering Bldg, #250
▣ Textbook : Operating Systems: Internals and Design Principles, William Stallings, 8th Edition, International Edition, Pearson, 2015.
▣ Reference book : “Operating System Concepts”, Silberschatz, Galvin, and Gagne, Wiley, 9th Edition, 2012.
“Computer Systems: A Programmer’s Perspective”, Randal E. Bryant and David O’Hallaron, Prentice Hall, 2nd Edition, 2011
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