You are expected to understand this. CS 111 Operating Systems Principles, Spring 2007
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Paper Report

Due Wednesday, June 6 at 11:59pm

Operating systems are still evolving! This paper report will guide you to explore recent operating systems developments, and help demonstrate how concepts from the course can help you understand modern operating systems technology.

Read one of the following four semi-technical documents on recent operating systems developments. In response, write a short report of several paragraphs -- no more than one page -- discussing the development with respect to ideas from class. Summarize the development, and answer at least the corresponding questions. Feel free to refer to other articles, as long as you cite them; it isn't necessary to explicitly cite the articles below.

Your response must be typed or word-processed, not handwritten. It should fit on one side of one sheet of paper, using 11- or 12-point fonts and generous margins. Single spacing is OK. PDF format is strongly preferred. Put your name and student ID at the top of the page. I value quality, clarity and conciseness (brevity: saying exactly what you need to say, and no more), not exhaustive completeness. Responses longer than one page will get no credit.

Here's a good report from Spring 2006. It was about Mac OS X Spotlight.

Most students find that good writing is surprisingly important to their careers, no matter what field. So take the writing seriously, as we will. Paul Eggert has collected a useful set of links to resources on writing reports; take a look.

Turn in your response to CourseWeb. PDF format strongly preferred.

 
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