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Term Project Presentations CS502 – Operating Systems Spring 2006 Reminder Term project presentations begin next week Presentations, April 3: N, Lloyd – Tiny OS L. Stolzar – Palm OS Cobalt Presentations, April 10: J. Halbrook – QNX Neutrino Li Xiang – z/OS K. Overfield – OSEK

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Term Project Presentations

CS502 – Operating Systems

Spring 2006

CS502 Spring 2006


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ReminderTerm project presentations begin next week

  • Presentations, April 3:

    • N, Lloyd – Tiny OS

    • L. Stolzar – Palm OS Cobalt

  • Presentations, April 10:

    • J. Halbrook – QNX Neutrino

    • Li Xiang – z/OS

    • K. Overfield – OSEK

    • S. Kota Reddy – Symbian

CS502 Spring 2006


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Requirements

  • Research phase

    • Identify at least five such systems

  • In-depth study phase

    • With approval of instructor, select one system for in-depth study

  • Oral report

    • Describe your findings to class (11th and 12th weeks)

  • Written report

    • Write up your findings

    • Address feedback from your oral report

  • CS502 Spring 2006


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    Study Phase

    • Class of applications and/or users

      • Why is Unix/Linux or Windows not appropriate

  • Describe principal abstractions and services

    • Processes and concurrency

    • Synchronization and interprocess communication

    • Memory management, virtual memory, etc.

    • File systems and/or persistent storage

    • I/O, networking, and (possibly) graphics

    • Program loading, security, multiple processor support, as applicable

  • If a major abstraction or service is missing, explain why and how applications do without

  • CS502 Spring 2006


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    Reports

    • Present a 10-15 minute oral report describing your findings

      • Support with slides (PowerPoint or otherwise)

      • Accept questions and feedback from class and instructor

      • 11th and 12th weeks of class

  • Submit written report <= 10 pages

    • Summary of findings

    • Address feedback from class and instructor

    • Due at start of final class, April 24

  • CS502 Spring 2006


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