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Introduction to Operating System by Michael :
Author : Michael Kifer, Scott A. Smolka
Publisher : Springer
Language : English
Pages : 172
About The Author :
Introduction to Operating System by Michael – Michael Kifer has his Ph.D. of Computer Science from Hebrew University of Jerusalem Israel in 1985 and M.S. of Mathematics from Moscow University of Russia in 1976. received Department Research Excellence Award. Twice, in 1999 and 2002, Dr. Kifer was a recipient of the prestigious ACM-SIGMOD “Test of Time” awards for his works on F-logic and object-oriented database languages. In 2002, Kifer also received a Faculty Service award and in 2006 he was a Plumer Fellow at Oxford University’s St. Anne’s College.
About This Book :
Understanding the main principles and algorithms underlying a modern operating system is essential in undergraduate computer science. The complexity of this subject, however, means that mastering it requires significant practical experience. This book exposes students to many essential features of operating systems while at the same time isolating them from low-level, machine-dependent concerns. With its accompanying software, the book contains enough projects for up to three semesters.