CSCI 343 Operating Systems
An introduction to operating systems, the programs that act as interfaces between computers and users. Topics selected from the following: I/O and interrupt structure; memory management, virtual memory, paging and segmentation; process management, scheduling and semaphores; concurrent processes, synchronization and deadlock avoidance; resource allocation, queueing and job activation/deactivation; protection, access to objects and access rules.
Prerequisite: CSCI 203 "C" or better.
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