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An operating systems course with projects in Java
This paper describes a set of five programming projects in an undergraduate Operating Systems course. The problems are designed to reinforce the fundamental concepts that are discussed in most operating systems textbooks. Students are required to write programs that will simulate the behavior of the process management, process synchronization, memory management, and storage management components of an operating system.
Sattar A., Mondshein L., Lorenzen T. (2010). An operating systems course with projects in Java. ACM Inroads,1(2), 24-26. doi: 10.1145/1805724.1805734
Virtual Commons Citation
Sattar, Abdul; Mondshein, Lee; and Lorenzen, Torben (2010). An operating systems course with projects in Java. In Mathematics and Computer Science Faculty Publications. Paper 18.
Available at: http://vc.bridgew.edu/math_compsci_fac/18