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Final Wrap-up 2010 CSIS0230A
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Final Examination Total 11 questions Answer all questions Remember to bring your calculator to the examination This is a closed-book examination Allow to have one A4 paper with hand- written or printed notes on both sides Only one piece of paper is allowed I will go around to check your “cheating sheet” 2009 2 CSIS0230A Principles of Operating Systems
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Final Examination Total 100 points First Question 10 T/F questions (10%) Second Question 10 MC questions (15%) The other 9 questions Each is an independent question; focuses on a particular topic Weighting from 6% to 10% Some questions involve some forms of calculation Show your calculation/work 60% are related to the concepts Given a scenario or certain OS behavior, comment or explain on matters related to the OS features Mostly request you to give a short answer to the question. Don't write too many. 2009 3 CSIS0230A Principles of Operating Systems
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Examination Scope Lecture Notes Introduction Process Concepts Thread Concepts Process Scheduling Concurrency Control Deadlock Memory Management Virtual Memory Disk I/O File Management Labs Working with Processes Signal Handling Working with Threads Synchronization I
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