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Exam II Review

Exam II Review - Exam II Review Exam II Thursday(11/17 thru...

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BYU CS 345 Exam II Review 2 Exam II Thursday (11/17) thru Tuesday (11/22) Testing Center Closed Book One Sheet of Handwritten Notes 52 Questions 10 – Chapter 7 14 – Chapter 8 6 – Chapter 9 10 – Chapter 10 4 – Chapter 11 6 – Chapter 12 2 – Bonus
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BYU CS 345 Exam II Review 3 Chapter 7 Dynamic linking. Logical, physical, virtual, relocatable addresses. Memory allocation: Fixed, Dynamic partitioning, Simple paging, Simple segmentation, Virtual memory paging, Buddy. Best fit, Earliest fit, First fit, Last fit, Next fit, Random fit, Worst fit. Internal/external fragmentation. Weaknesses/strengths of memory allocation. Segmentation. Exam II
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BYU CS 345 Exam II Review 4 Chapter 8 Pages and frames Virtual memory translation Page replacement policies Page faults Working sets Resident sets Thrashing Translation look-aside buffers Effective access time Exam II
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BYU CS 345 Exam II Review 5 Chapter 9 Briefly describe the three types of processor scheduling.
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