Classic Operating Systems

From Batch Processing to Distributed Systems
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ISBN-13:
9780387951133
Einband:
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Erscheinungsdatum:
10.01.2001
Seiten:
612
Autor:
Per Brinch Hansen
Gewicht:
1332 g
Format:
260x183x37 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

An essential reader containing the 25 most important papers in the development of modern operating systems for computer science and software engineering. The papers illustrate the major breakthroughs in operating system technology from the 1950s to the 1990s. The editor provides an overview chapter and puts all development in perspective with chapter introductions and expository apparatus. Essential resource for graduates, professionals, and researchers in CS with an interest in operating system principles.
An essential reader containing the 25 most important papers in the development of modern operating systems for computer science and software engineering. The editor provides an overview chapter and puts all development in perspective with chapter introductions and expository apparatus. Essential resource for graduates, professionals, and researchers in CS with an interest in operating system principles.
(parts only listed; 24 chapters total)Part I: Open Shop; Part II: Batch Processing; Part III: Multiprogramming; Part IV: Timesharing; Part V: Concurrent Programming; Part VI: Personal Computing; Part VII: Distributed Systems
In operating system courses, students learn useful principles but very little about the difficult art of software design. This volume is a collection of 25 original papers on classic operating systems, illustrating the major breakthroughs in operating system technology from the 1950s to the 1990s. All of them are written by the pioneers who designed these systems, with introductions added that summarize the papers and put them in perspective. This anthology is for professional programmers and students of electrical engineering and computer science. A familiarity with operating system principles is assumed, but the book describes how operating system designers think.

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