C69_week1 - CSCC 69H3 Operating Systems Winter 2010...

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CSCC 69H3 Operating Systems Winter 2010 Professor Bianca Schroeder U of T
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Logistics Instructor: Bianca Schroeder Email: bianca@cs.toronto.edu Office: SW625 Office hours: Monday 11-12 pm TAs: Philip Patchin Amin Tootoonchian Webpage: http://www.cdf.toronto.edu/~csc369h/winter/index.shtml See class information sheet
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Course Objective To understand the role of the OS its major components the design principles and implementations concurrency How are we going to get there? Lectures, handouts Textbook: Tanenbaum “Modern Operating Systems” (2001 or 2007) Simulated OS development project Tutorial sections (discussion, review, etc.)
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This course is very work-intensive Why? Lectures cover a lot of new concepts Many of them very abstract Learning by doing! This course is much more like the real world: Assignments build on realistic OS Lot of existing code given to you Don’t expect to understand all of it You need to be able to work in a team You need to be comfortable with the prereqs. One of the most
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