To convey a thorough understanding of the basics of an operating system by studying techniques and algorithms for providing services in a computer system, and to understand implementation aspects of popular systems by means of case studies.
This course counts as category B for M.Sc. degree requirement. This course does NOT count as category B for Ph.D. students
Process management, synchronization, scheduling and deadlocks
Memory management, virtual memory
I/0 management, file systems,
Queuing theory, performance evaluation
Case studies of UNIX
Homework assignments, programming assignments
Computer Science majors ...