Introduces fundamental concepts in computing systems. The first 75% of the course introduces concepts in modern operating systems: processes, threads, inter-process communication, traps, interrupt-handling, scheduling, virtual memory and file systems. The final 25% of the course provides and introduction to networked systems, the Internet and network programming. The course uses the C program language.
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595 pairs well with 594, and for those with strong math skills, it can pair well with 592 or 596. 593 is a prerequisite. Average hours per week: 10
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