Computer Engineering & Computer Science (CECS)
626./526. Advanced Operating Systems (3)
- Prerequisites: CECS 228 and 326.
- Theoretical foundations of concepts applied in the design of operating systems. Control of concurrent processes, deadlocks, mutual exclusion, virtual memory, resource management and scheduling.
- Master’s students register in CECS 526 or 626; Ph.D. students register in CECS 626. Additional projects required for CECS 626. (Lecture–problems 3 hours.) Letter grade only (A-F).
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CECS Upper Division Courses 300 - 424
CECS Upper Division Courses 428 - 497