eval4 - CS411 Operating Systems II Spring2009 NAME Michael...

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CS411 Operating Systems II Spring2009 NAME Michael Burns Project #4 Follow-up (Individual) (5% of Project #4 grade) Submit this evaluation at http://engr.oregonstate.edu/teach before midnight Friday, June 5 TEAM # 12 Part 1: Self-evaluation 1. Explain what you did to further the goal of your team, including a. what part(s) of the project were your responsibility I setup the branch, made initials commits to create the LOOK scheduler, outlined the adder function and coordinated development effort. I also worked on some of the later dispatch bugs and the printk() requirements. I also debugged the dispatcher code with Rob. b. how you reached an understanding of what you were supposed to do We set several rounds of preliminary emails. When not enough action was being taken, I submitted a series of pseudo-code comments that outlined the functions steps, which allowed others (Madan) to build off of. c. approximate amount of time spent figuring out your part Just a couple hours, say 3. This project divided easily enough that it wasn’t a significant issue. d. approximate amount of time spent coding/testing/debugging your part About 8 hours total. I believe I spent the most time of any group member this project, particularly due to scheduling conflicts others had. 2.
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This note was uploaded on 06/28/2009 for the course CS 411 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Oregon State.

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