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The course syllabus and the academic weekly planning may change due academic events or other reasons. Operating systems design. Study: Bachelor in Computer Science and Engineering Department assigned to the subject: Department of Computer Science and Engineering. Type: Compulsory. Students are expected to have completed. Competences and skills that will be acquired and learning results. Further information on this link. The goal of this course is to introduce students into the organization, structure and internal vision of the operating system, and the integrated services used in order to let students to design operating systems elements.
The students have to know the impact of the decisions taken in the design into the computational system. In order to archive this goal, the student have to acquire several generic skills, knowledge, capacities and attitudes. Knowledge of the architecture and organization of a Operating System. An understanding of the impact of the operating system design decisions into the rest of the system. Knowledge of the techniques for programming and modifying the operating system.
Knowledge of the methods for the internal management of resources in an operating system. To modify the operating system through modules programming or building.
To design operating systems components 3. To use tools for operating systems - Attitudinal To be PO c, d, i 1. Critical attitude towards the internal architecture of current operating systems. Concern for the quality of the components of an operating system. Motivation for archiving better solutions. Self-learing capacities. Description of contents: programme. Course syllabus: 1. Learning activities and methodology. Assessment System. I Ordinary session The continuous evaluation consists of: Programming assignments and Exercises.
It will cover quizzes, exercises, programming assignments, etc. Basic Bibliography. Abraham Silberschatz. Operating System Concepts. Additional Bibliography. Andrew Tanenbaum. Operating Systems: Design and Implementation.
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