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Operating systems : internals and design principles / William Stallings.

By: Stallings, William.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Upper Saddle River ; New Delhi : Prentice Hall; Pearson Education, c2001[Reprint 2002]Edition: 4th ed.Description: xviii, 779 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0130319996; 013032986X (International edition); 9780130319999.Subject(s): Operating systems (Computers)DDC classification: Online resources: WorldCat Details | E-book Fulltext
Contents:
Table of contents Part one: Background. Computer system overview -- Operating system overview -- Part two: Processes. Process description and control -- Threads, SMP, and microkernels -- Concurrency: mutual exclusion and synchronization -- Concurrency: deadlock and starvation -- Part three: Memory. Memory management -- Virtual memory -- Part four: Scheduling. Uniprocessor scheduling -- Multiprocessor and real-time scheduling -- Part five: Input/output and files -- File management -- Part six: Distributed systems. Distributed processing, client/server, and clusters -- Distributed process management -- Part seven: Security. Computer security
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Includes bibliography and index.

Table of contents Part one: Background. Computer system overview --
Operating system overview --
Part two: Processes. Process description and control --
Threads, SMP, and microkernels --
Concurrency: mutual exclusion and synchronization --
Concurrency: deadlock and starvation --
Part three: Memory. Memory management --
Virtual memory --
Part four: Scheduling. Uniprocessor scheduling --
Multiprocessor and real-time scheduling --
Part five: Input/output and files --
File management --
Part six: Distributed systems. Distributed processing, client/server, and clusters --
Distributed process management --
Part seven: Security. Computer security

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