You are expected to understand this. CS 111 Operating Systems Principles, Spring 2006
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Schedule/Syllabus

Week Date Topic Background reading
Week 1 T 4/4 Course introduction
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Ch. 3 & 4
R 4/6 OS overview: bootstrapping & files
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Ch. 2.2-2.3, 3.1-3.2, 6.1-6.4
Week 2 T 4/11 Processes & process implementation
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Ch. 6.1-6.4
R 4/13 Processes & threads
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Ch. 6.5-6.8
F 4/14 Lab 1A checkpoint due
Week 3 T 4/18 Threads & signals
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Ch. 7
R 4/20 Scheduling
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Ch. 7
Week 4 T 4/25 Real-time scheduling, Synchronization I
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Ch. 8
R 4/27 Building a lock & semaphores
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Ch. 8-9
F 4/28 Lab 1B due
Week 5 T 5/2 Synchronization objects
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Ch. 9
R 5/4 Deadlock & I/O interactions
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Ch. 10, Ch. 4 & 5
Week 6 T 5/9 Midterm
R 5/11 Memory allocation
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Ch. 4.4-4.5, 11
F 5/12 Lab 2 due
Week 7 T 5/16 Virtual memory I
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Ch. 12.1-12.4
R 5/18 Virtual memory II, file systems I
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Ch. 12.5, 12.7, 13.1-13.3, 5.5
Week 8 T 5/23 File systems II
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Ch. 13.5-13.7, 5.5
R 5/25 File system consistency
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None
F 5/26 Lab 3 due
Week 9 T 5/30 RAID, Distributed systems I
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Ch. 15 (background), 17-17.3
R 6/1 Distributed systems II
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Ch. 16
Week 10 T 6/6 Security I
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R 6/8 Security II
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F 6/9 Lab 4 due
Finals W 6/14 Final, 3-6pm, Young Hall CS76
 
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