CS 5/43201, 2002 SPRING, Department
of Math and Computer Science, Kent State University
This page last updated on 1/22/2002
|HW#2 Errata: [Feb 25, 2002] In HW#2 all problems numbers are from 6th edition (5th edition
is misprint). Ignore the page numbers. Fresh HW#2 is available now.
Class Notes: [Feb 23, 2002] All class notes are now available from the "schedule page".
MSB 217, 330-672-9038
Office hours = MW 3:30-4:30 pm
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6:15-7:30pm MW, ROOM#228
Test Operating System:
The course projects will be based on "Nachos". There will
be two programming projects.
Related Information Sites:
Introduction to Programming with Threads", Andrew Birrell, DEC .
UNIX Implemenation", Ken Thompson, AT&T, 1978.
A Fast File System for UNIX", McKusick, Joy, Leffler, Fabry, UC Berkeley,
ACM Special Interest Group on Operating
Systems publications and conferences.
Computing Env, IBM
paper, UC Berkeley (explains objectives behind the assignments)
Road Map Through Nachos", Thomas Narten, Duke Univ (explains system
to Reading the Nachos Code, O'Donnell, U Chicago
(explains bootstapping, thread dispatching, address translation, system
call handling, and other exception handling mechanisms)
Nachos Home Page,
"A Quick Introduction
to C++", Christopher, UC Berkeley
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