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Operating Systems WS 15/16


General Course Information:

Course Content

An operating system is software, which allows the operation of a computer. It provides the use of hardware to application software without detailed interaction with hardware. The course gives an introduction into basic concepts and services of operating systems. Topics include processes and threads, synchronization and mutual exclusion, deadlock, scheduling.

Literature

W. Stallings, Operating Systems: Internals and Design Principles

(German issue: Betriebssyteme. Funktion und Design)

Lectures

Start:

  • Monday, 11:45-13:15, starting October 26nd

When:

  • Monday, 11:45-13:15

Where:

  • 11-207

Who:

 

 

 

Exercises

  • Tuesday 12:45-13:30
  • 11-207
  • Dipl.-Ing. Florian Heilmann

Information for WS 15/16

More information can be found in KIS.

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Testat for CVT students:

  • Monday, 26th of Feburary 2016, 10:00am in 12-401, only students registered with the Prüfungsamt will be admitted

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