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CSC 464 : Objectives

The major goals for a student taking this course are

  • To introduce basic as well as advance concepts in operating systems.
  • To identify software design issues for modern systems.

Upon completion of this course, students should

  • Understand the basic and current concepts underlying modern operating systems
  • Understand important issues in the design of these concepts in modern operating systems
  • Understand how the operating system's responsibilities are distributed among its components (e.g., the resource manager, the scheduler, and the memory manager).
  • Understand concurrency with respect to process execution.
  • Understand the levels of abstraction with respect to memory.
  • Understand how the I/O system and the operating system interact.

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to

  • Identify the components of the operating system
  • Identify the major process scheduling algorithms and the pros and cons associated with each algorithm
  • Specify the circumstances in which deadlocks occur
  • Know the different levels of memory and how it is managed
  • Know what a process is and what a thread is
  • Know how I/O occurs.
 
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