Operating Systems Internals and Design Principles 8 th Edition Testbank Chapter

Operating systems internals and design principles 8

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Operating Systems: Internals and Design Principles, 8thEdition Testbank Chapter 210) ___Multiprogramming_______ was designed to keep the processor and I/O devices, includingstorage devices, simultaneously busy to achieve maximum efficiency.11) In a time-sharing, multiprogramming system, multiple users simultaneously access thesystem throughterminals__________ .12) The principal objective ofBatch multiprogramming__________ is tomaximize processor use.13) Three major lines of computer system development created problems in timing andsynchronization that contributed to the development of the concept of the process:multiprogramming batch operation, time sharing, and _real-timetransaction systems_________ .14)Virtual memory___________ is a facility that allows programs to addressmemory from a logical point of view, without regard to the amount of mainmemory physically available.15) Security and protection as it relates to operating systems is grouped into four categories:Availability, Data integrity, Authenticity, and __Confidentiality(保密)________ .
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