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CS 414/415 Systems Programming and Operating Systems Fall 2007 Instructor: Einar Vollset
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Administrative Instructor: Einar Vollset - [email protected], 4114 Upson 415 Instructor/TA: Barry Burton 414 Head TA: Anton Mozorov Lectures: CS 414: Tuesday & Thursday: 10:10 – 11:25 AM, Olin 255 CS 415: Monday 3:35 – 4:25 PM, Holister 110
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Course Help Course staff, office hours, etc,etc: Required Textbook: Operating Systems Concepts: 7 th Edition Silberschatz, Galvin and Gagne For the not-so-faint-at-heart:
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CS 414: Overview Prerequisite: Mastery of CS 314/316 material CS 414: Operating Systems Fundamentals of OS design How parts of the OS are structured What algorithms are commonly used What are the mechanisms and policies used Evaluations: Weekly homework - alternate questions & programming. Midterm, Exams Readings: research papers
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CS 415: Overview CS 415: Practicum in Operating Systems This is the lab course for CS 414. You should take it! 5 bi-weekly assignments. Concepts covered include: Threading Synchronization Filesystems Networking Some familiarity with the C programming language a benefit.
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Grading CS 414: Operating Systems Midterm ~ 30% Final ~ 50% Assignments ~ 10% Subjective ~ 10% CS 415: Systems Programming 5 projects ~ 100% This is a rough guide
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Academic Integrity Submitted work should be your own Acceptable collaboration: Clarify problem, C syntax doubts, debugging strategy Dishonesty has no place in any community May NOT be in possession of someone else’s homework/project May NOT copy code from another group May NOT copy, collaborate or share homework/assignments University Academic Integrity rules are the general guidelines Penalty can be as severe as an ‘F’ in CS 414 and CS 415
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Course Material Introduction, history , architectural support Concurrency, processes, threads Synchronization, monitors, semaphores Networking, distributed systems Memory Management, virtual memory Storage Management, I/O, Filesystems Security, Distributed Systems Case studies: Linux
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Why take this course?
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