COMP 362 - Operating Systems

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Hours: Three hours lecture and three hours lab per week Prerequisite: COMP 151, COMP 162, COMP 232, and COMP 262 Examination of the principal types of systems including batch, multi-programming, and time-sharing. Networked systems are also discussed. The salient problems associated with implementing systems are considered including interrupt or event driven systems, multi-tasking, storage and data base management, and input-output. Emphasis will be placed on some of the simple algorithms used to solve common problems encountered such as deadlocks, queue service, and multiple accesses to data. Projects will be implemented to reinforce the lectures.

Units: 4.00
Grading: Letter Grade

Info current as 11/20/2017
Section Class # Type Days Time Location Instructor Course Details [Key]
01 1334 LEC TBD TBD Course Closed Class Details Course Textbook Information
02 1336 LEC T  3:00 PM  -  5:50 PM  Sierra Hall 1131 Andrzej Bieszczad | Nicholas Dolan-Stern Course Open Class Details Course Textbook Information
1L 1335 LAB TBD TBD Course Closed Class Details Course Textbook Information
2L 1337 LAB TH  3:00 PM  -  5:50 PM  Sierra Hall 1131 Andrzej Bieszczad | Nicholas Dolan-Stern Course Open Class Details Course Textbook Information

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