Application of software techniques used in constructing operating systems for large, multiprogram batch and timesharing computer systems. Includes memory management, processor scheduling, concurrent processes, job scheduling, I/O device management, and information management.
Prerequisite: CMPS 4103 or consent of instructor.
Major Exams (2) 40%
Final Exam 20%
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