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THE DESIGN OF THE UNIX OPERATING SYSTEM, By BACH, MAURICE J. || 978-81-203-0516-8 || PHI Learning
THE DESIGN OF THE UNIX OPERATING SYSTEM 

THE DESIGN OF THE UNIX OPERATING SYSTEM
 BACH, MAURICE J.
Pages: 488
Binding: Paper Back
ISBN: 978-81-203-0516-8
Pages: 488
Binding: Paper Back
Price: R 350.00

 
 
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Description:

In this book the author traces the popularity of the UNIX system throughout the computer industry. He describes internal algorithms and structures that form the basis of the operating system (kernel) and their relationship to the programmer interface. The text is a description of the general flow of various algorithms and most important, a description of how they interact with each other. Algorithms are presented in a C-like pseudo-code to aid the reader in understanding the natural language description and their names correspond to the procedure names in the kernel.


Contents:
Preface. General Overview of the System. Introduction to the Kernel. The Buffer Cache. Internal Representation of Files. System Calls for the File System. The Structure of Processes. Process Control. Process Scheduling and Time. Memory Management Policies. The I/O Subsystem. Interprocess Communication. Multi- processor Systems. Distributed UNIX Systems. Appendix_System Calls. Bibliography. Index.