Operating Systems: Three Easy Pieces (Remzi Arpaci-Dusseau, et al.)

 
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Operating Systems: Three Easy Pieces (Remzi Arpaci-Dusseau, et al.)

a book outlining the principles of operating systems, such as file and storage systems, concurrency and threading, and virtualization of the CPU and memory.

This text was created in the classrooms of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has been utilized in the education of thousands of students. It was written by professors working in the field for 20 years.

The book is structured around the three ideas of virtualization (CPU and memory), concurrency (locks and condition variables), and persistence, which are crucial to OS design (disks, RAIDS, and file systems).

Students will get a greater grasp and appreciation of contemporary operating systems if the subject is supplemented with rigorous project work and homework assignments.

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