Operating Systems Programming

Operating Systems Programming

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Operating Systems Programming is designed to give students experience writing programs in a concurrent programming language. Specifically, it shows how to use the SR concurrent programming language to write programs that use semaphores, monitors, message passing, remote procedure calls, and the rendezvous for an operating systems course. The language can also be used for parallel computing in a shared-memory multiprocessor or a distributed memory cluster environment. The pedagogical orientation of the text helps students understand concepts more clearly; it describes the SR language, presents some examples of SR programs, and provides numerous programming assignments in the form of open student laboratories. Operating Systems Programming is ideal for undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in concurrent programming and operating systems courses.The SR language can be used by instructors of concurrent programming or operating systems courses to give ... Prerequisites for students are knowledge of a high-level programming language like C or Pascal and operating systems concepts. ... The material is keyed to four standard operating systems texts: Deitel [8], Silberschatz and Galvin [20], Stallings [21], and ... An Instructora#39;s Manual, containing solution programs to most of the Lab Assignments, is available from the publisher.

Title:Operating Systems Programming
Author: Stephen J. Hartley
Publisher:Oxford University Press, USA - 1995

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