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COSC1114 - Operating System Principles: Complete Study Notes with Examples.

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This is the complete set of study notes written in simple language with examples, illustrations and logical connections mapped out. I wrote this as the semester progressed and used it to study for the exam. Ended up with 88/100 HD

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COSC1114 - Operating System Principles: Complete Study Notes with Examples.
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Computer architecture Computing Software Process Concurrent computing Parallel computing Concurrency control Memory management Process state Scheduling Thread Context switch
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Computer architecture Computing Software Process Concurrent computing Parallel computing Concurrency control Memory management Process state Scheduling Thread Context switch
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 Analyse the tradeoffs inherent in operating system design.  Describe how computing resources are used by application software and managed by system software.  Contrast kernel and user mode in an operating system.  Summarise techniques for achieving synchronisation in an operating system.  Compare and contrast the common algorithms used for both preemptive and non-preemptive scheduling of tasks in operating systems, such as priority, performance comparison, and fair share schemes.  Explain the memory hierarchy and associated cost-performance trade-offs.  Summarise the full range of considerations in the design of file systems. ________________ Lecture 1 – Introduction: Textbook Ch. 1, 2 Operating system: an interrupt driven program that acts as an intermediary between a user of a computer and th...
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