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1 CSE120 Principles of Operating Systems Prof Yuanyuan (YY) Zhou Lecture 1 March 28, 2011 3/27/2011 CSE120 - Operating Systems, Yuanyuan Zhou 2 Content of this lecture Course information (personnel, policy, schedule, misc.) What is OS? What does it do? History of OS Summary Some Survey How many graduate students? If >5 graduate students, we will separate graduate student and undergraduates in the final letter grading How many CS majors vs. ECE/others? How many know Java? Why are you taking this class? 3/27/2011 CSE120 - Operating Systems, Yuanyuan Zhou 3 3/27/2011 CSE120 - Operating Systems, Yuanyuan Zhou 4 About this course… Principles System concepts OS design Some theory Rationale Practice Goals Understand OS decisions Basis for future learning Get hands dirty
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2 3/27/2011 CSE120 - Operating Systems, Yuanyuan Zhou 5 Why are you here? Fulfill the requirement Prerequisite for other courses Network Distributed systems Real-time systems Multimedia systems Future plans Graduate schools for CS Employment 3/27/2011 CSE120 - Operating Systems, Yuanyuan Zhou 6 Who am I? Yuanyuan (YY) Zhou Research: operating systems, software reliability, computer architecture, storage systems So you have no excuse to fail this class! Brief BIO Ph.D, Princeton, 2000 NEC Research, 2000-2002 UIUC, Faculty, 2002-2009 (mostly teach OS) Co-founded 2 companies 3/27/2011 CSE120 - Operating Systems, Yuanyuan Zhou 7 Personnel Instructor: Yuanyuan Zhou (yyzhou@cs.ucsdedu) Office Hour: M/W 11:00am - 12:00pmCSE 3210 Office Assistant: Virginia McIlwain ( vmcilwain @cs.ucsd.edu) Teaching Assistant Matt Jacobsen, mdjacobs@cs.ucsd.edu Office Hours: TBA CSE B250A Discussion section: Thursday 6-6:50pm center 222 Class Information Reference Textbook: Operating System Concepts, by Silberschatz, Class Website http://cseweb.ucsd.edu/classes/fa10/cse120/ Everything else (slides, schedule, grading policy etc) will be available on the class web page. 3/27/2011 CSE120 - Operating Systems, Yuanyuan Zhou 8
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3 3/27/2011 CSE120 - Operating Systems, Yuanyuan Zhou 9 Course Information Course material taught through class lectures, textbook readings, and handouts Course assignments Four large programming projects Optional Homework questions (for exam preparation) Discussion sections for asking questions on Lecture material and homework Mailing list (cse120@cs.ucsd.edu) WebCT (a link from class web site) Projects Nachos is an instructional OS It is a user-level operating system and a machine simulator Will become abundantly clear (or not so clear) very soon Programming environment will be Java on Unix (Linux) The projects will require serious time commitments waiting until the last minute is not an option
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