CSC 331. Operating Systems. 3 Credits.
This course is a general survey of elements of operating systems with in-depth studies of certain features of specific operating systems. Elements of concurrent programming are studied, such as the mutual exclusion problem, semaphores, and monitors. Additionally, the following topics are covered: process scheduling and deadlock avoidance; memory management issues such as paging and segmentation; organization and protection of file systems.
Pre / Co requisites: CSC 331 requires prerequisites of CSC 220 and CSC 240 and CSC 241 and CSC 242.
Typically offered in Fall.