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Operating Systems Spring 2008. Technical University of Cluj-Napoca Department of Computer Science English Section 2 nd Year of Study. Course’s structure. Lecture 2 hours a week – all groups together Baritiu street, room C4 Lecturer: Adrian Colesa Laboratory

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operating systems spring 2008
Operating Systems Spring 2008

Technical University of Cluj-Napoca

Department of Computer Science

English Section

2nd Year of Study

course s structure
Course’s structure
  • Lecture
      • 2 hours a week – all groups together
      • Baritiu street, room C4
      • Lecturer: Adrian Colesa
  • Laboratory
      • 2 hours a week – each semi-group
      • Observator 2, room 206
      • Teaching assistant: Majo Zoltán
course s objectives
Course’s Objectives
  • Purpose
      • Teach the fundamental concepts of modern OSes
  • Objectives
      • Understand the role and various levels of an OS
      • Be familiar with OS’s major services
      • Know some design alternatives of an OS
  • Means
      • Presentation of the most important components of an OS:
        • functionality, interface
        • design and implementation
      • Practice with two modern OSes: Windows 2000/XP and Linux
lecture s structure
Lecture’s Structure
  • Introduction. Operating Systems Concepts and Structure
  • The Command Interpreter
  • File systems
        • File and directory concept – outside perspective
        • File and directory concept, space management – inside perspective
        • Case studies: Linux and Windows
  • Process management
        • Theoretical aspects
        • Case studies: Linux and Windows
  • Synchronization
        • Theoretical aspects
        • Classical problems
  • Inter-processes communication
  • Memory management
      • Context, Concepts, Basic Management Techniques
      • Paging, Demand Paging.
      • Page Replacement Algorithms, Segmentation.
  • Lecture material review - discussions
bibliography
Bibliography
  • Books
      • Tannenbaun Andrew, Modern Operating Systems, 2nd Edition, Prentice Hall, 2001
      • D. Bovet, M. Cesati, Understanding the Linux Kernel, First Edition, O’Reilly, 2001
      • M. Mitchell, J. Oldham, A. Samuel, Advanced Linux Programming, New Riders Publishing, 2001.
  • Lecture slides
      • http://os.obs.utcluj.ro/OS
attendance
Attendance
  • Lecture classes
      • not compulsory, but useful
  • Laboratory classes
      • compulsory
      • missing labs
        • maximum 3 (20%) allowed
        • 4 or 5 (40%)  not allowed to the lab and final exams
        • more than 5  register again for the course next year
exams and grading
Exams and grading
  • Laboratory
      • Each class - quiz test (10-15 min)
      • 3 Practical tests – see scheduler at os.obs.utcluj.ro
      • Lab.Mark = (Quiz.Tests + Avg.Practical.Tests * 2) /3
      • Conditions: QuizTestsMark >= 5; Lab. Mark >=5
  • Lecture
      • Exam session – Exam.Mark:(1 – 10)
      • Open books – any kind of documentation allowed (?)
      • Subjects: Problem-like, synthesize definitions or comparison
  • Final mark = (2*Exam.Mark + Lab.Mark)
      • possible up to 1 extra point to the final mark, depending on your class activity
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