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CS 301 Operating Systems
Department: BSc in Computer Science
Module Description: This course provides an introduction to the design and implementation of general purpose multi-tasking operating systems. It concentrates on the kernel aspects of such systems with the emphasis being on concepts which lead to practical implementations. Throughout the course reference is made to a number of significant actual operating systems (Linux, Windows variants etc.) to illustrate real implementations.
- Stallings, W. (2018). Operating systems: internals and design principles. 9th edn. Hoboken, New Jersey: Pearson Education.
- Garrido José M. (2013). Principles of modern operating systems. 2nd edn. Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.