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Operating Systems: Three Easy Pieces

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A book covering the fundamentals of operating systems, including virtualization of the CPU and memory, threads and concurrency, and file and storage systems. Written by professors active in the field for 20 years, this text has been developed in the classrooms of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and has been used in the instruction of thousands of students.Buy the Kindle format for convenience, or as a simple way to thank the authors for the work they have put into making this resource.
Published by: Arpaci-Dusseau Books | Publication date: 02/16/2015
Kindle book details: Kindle Edition

Operating Systems: Principles and Practice (Volume 1 of 4)

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Operating Systems: Principles and Practice is a textbook for a first course in undergraduate operating systems. In use at dozens of top tier universities, and written by two leading operating systems researchers with decades of experience successfully teaching complex topics to thousands of students, this textbook provides: -- A path for students to understand high level concepts all the way down to working code. -- Extensive worked examples integrated throughout the text provide students concrete guidance for completing homework assignments. -- A focus on up-to-date industry technologies and practiceThe e-book version of Operating Systems: Principles and Practice is broken into 4 volumes: Volume 1: Kernels and Processes Volume 2: Concurrency Volume 3: Memory Management Volume 4: Persistent StorageThis is Volume 1: Kernels and ProcessesIn this volume, we describe the essential steps needed to isolate programs to prevent buggy applications and computer viruses from crashing or taking control of your system.
Published by: Recursive Books | Publication date: 08/25/2015
Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 690 pages

Operating System Concepts, 9th Edition

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Operating System Concepts, now in its ninth edition, continues to provide a solid theoretical foundation for understanding operating systems. The ninth edition has been thoroughly updated to include contemporary examples of how operating systems function. The text includes content to bridge the gap between concepts and actual implementations. End-of-chapter problems, exercises, review questions, and programming exercises help to further reinforce important concepts. A new Virtual Machine provides interactive exercises to help engage students with the material.
Published by: Wiley | Publication date: 10/10/2012
Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 976 pages

Operating Systems: Principles and Practice (Volume 3 of 4)

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Operating Systems: Principles and Practice is a textbook for a first course in undergraduate operating systems. In use at dozens of top tier universities, and written by two leading operating systems researchers with decades of experience successfully teaching complex topics to thousands of students, this textbook provides:A path for students to understand high level concepts all the way down to working code.Extensive worked examples integrated throughout the text provide students concrete guidance for completing homework assignments.A focus on up-to-date industry technologies and practiceThe e-book version of Operating Systems: Principles and Practice is broken into 4 volumes: Volume 1: Kernels and Processes Volume 2: Concurrency Volume 3: Memory Management Volume 4: Persistent StorageThis is Volume 3: Memory ManagementIn this volume, we explain both the theory and mechanisms behind 64-bit address space translation, demand paging, and virtual machines.
Published by: Recursive Books | Publication date: 08/31/2015
Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 243 pages

Operating Systems: Principles and Practice (Volume 4 of 4)

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Operating Systems: Principles and Practice is a textbook for a first course in undergraduate operating systems. In use at dozens of top tier universities, and written by two leading operating systems researchers with decades of experience successfully teaching complex topics to thousands of students, this textbook provides:A path for students to understand high level concepts all the way down to working code.Extensive worked examples integrated throughout the text provide students concrete guidance for completing homework assignments.A focus on up-to-date industry technologies and practiceThe e-book version of Operating Systems: Principles and Practice is broken into 4 volumes: Volume 1: Kernels and Processes Volume 2: Concurrency Volume 3: Memory Management Volume 4: Persistent StorageThis is Volume 4: Persistent StorageIn this volume, we explain the technologies underlying modern extent-based, journaling, and versioning file systems.
Published by: Recursive Books | Publication date: 08/31/2015
Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 300 pages

Operating Systems: An Introduction

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Designed as a “teach-yourself” text, the book provides a step-by-step approach to clarify all of the keyconcepts, architectures, and components of operating systems. The book covers all of the topics from the basics to the latest mobile devices, and features key operating systems e.g., Android, iOS, Linux, and Windows 10. This book would be very useful not only as an introductory text for undergraduate students of computer science, but also for those professionals who need to review modern operating systems. FEATURES•Includes a chapter on the latest mobile operating systems, e.g., Android, iOS, and Windows•Covers basic concepts such as architecture, CPU scheduling, memory management, file systems, I/O, and more•Features a separate chapter on Windows 10 including shortcut keys, system tabs for settings, and security•Additional chapter on the Linux operating system with detailed explanation of its architecture, components, main features, and also Red Hat Linux•Designed as a teach-yourself text with integrated “self-quizzes” and end of chapter exercises to reinforce conceptsBRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS1. Operating Systems: Overview. 2. Operating System Architecture. 3. Process Overview. 4. Threads . 5. CPU Scheduling. 6. Process Synchronization. 7. Deadlocks. 8. Main Memory Management. 9. Virtual Memory. 10. File Systems. 11. I/O Systems. 12. Disk Management. 13. Characterization of a Distributed System. 14. Linux. 15. Mobile Operating Systems. 16. Windows 10. Index.ABOUT THE AUTHORSR. Garg is currently an associate professor and computer science coordinator at the Global Institute of Information Technology. G. Verma has published many papers in national / international journals.
Author: R. Garg, G. Verma
Published by: Mercury Learning and Information | Publication date: 02/22/2017
Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 400 pages

Create Your Own Operating System: Build, deploy, and test your very own operating systems for the Internet of Things and other devices

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Have you ever wanted to build your own operating system, but didn't know where to begin? Then this book is for you! In this book, the author explains everything you need to know from getting and installing the necessary tools to writing, compiling, deploying, and testing your very own operating system. By the time you are done you will have an operating system to call your own. And, don't worry about destroying your existing hardware and software environment as everything in this book is written with the intention of running in a virtualized environment. However, should you choose to do so, the author also explains how to deploy and test your new OS on bare-metal hardware as well.The first few chapters give a brief overview of how modern day computers work. In these chapters you will (re)learn everything from memory allocation, stacks, and bootloaders to low-level machine code and programming languages. After that, you will jump into downloading and installing the tools you will use for building your very own operating system. Here you will learn how to develop a bootloader and kernel just like modern day computers rely on for operating. The last few chapters will explain how to deploy and test your operating system as well as how to expand your OS to do more and even how to cross-compile your shiny new operating system for other devices such as the Raspberry Pi.To give an idea of what you can find in this book, below is the Table of Contents.0x01 OS Basics0x02 Intro to Machine Code0x03 Intro to the Assembly Programming Language0x04 Into to the C Programming Language0x05 Getting Started - Installing VirtualBox - Installing Linux - Installing GNOME - Preparing CentOS and the VM - Troubleshooting VirtualBox Guest Additions - Preparing the Development Environment0x06 Bootstrapping with the Bootloader - Creating the Entry Point - GNU GRUB - Compiling the Entry Point0x07 Welcome to the Kernel0x08 Putting it all Together0x09 Testing Your Operating System0x0A Starting Your Architecture Library - Expanding the Console0x0B Expanding Your OS0x0C Cross-Compiling for Other Architectures - Create a Custom Cross-Compiler - Porting for the Raspberry Pi - Testing on Physical HardwareConclusionAcknowledgementsAppendixIndex
Publication date: 08/21/2016
Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 151 pages

Real-time Operating Systems: Book 1 - The Theory (The engineering of real-time embedded systems)

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Eleven 5-star reviews at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00GO6VSGEThis book deals with the fundamentals of operating systems for use in real-time embedded systems. It is aimed at those who wish to develop RTOS-based designs, using either commercial or free products. It does not set out to give you the knowledge to design an RTOS; leave that to the specialists. The target readership includes:Students.Engineers, scientists and mathematicians moving into software systems.Professional and experienced software engineers entering the embedded field.Programmers having little or no formal education in the underlying principles of software-based real-time systems.The material covers the key ‘nuts and bolts’ of RTOS structures and usage (as you would expect, of course). In many cases it shows how these are handled by practical real-time operating systems. After studying this even the absolute beginner will see that it isn’t particularly difficult to implement RTOS-based designs and should be confident to take on such work. Now, that’s the easy part; the really challenging aspect is how to best structure the application software in the first place. If your design is poorly-structured then, no matter which RTOS you use, you are very likely to run into problems of reliability, performance, safety and maintainability. Hence the book places great emphasis on ways to structure the application software so that it can be effectively implemented using an RTOS. The author: Jim Cooling has had many years experience in the area of real-time embedded systems, including electronic, software and system design, project management, consultancy, education and course development. He has published extensively on the subject, his books covering many aspects of embedded-systems work such as real-time interfacing, programming, software design and software engineering. Currently he is a partner in Lindentree Associates (which he formed in 1998), providing consultancy and training for real-time embedded systems.See: www.lindentreeuk.co.uk
Author: Jim Cooling
Publication date: 11/14/2013
Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 219 pages

Operating System Concepts, 10th Edition

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The tenth edition of Operating System Concepts has been revised to keep it fresh and up-to-date with contemporary examples of how operating systems function, as well as enhanced interactive elements to improve learning and the student’s experience with the material. It combines instruction on concepts with real-world applications so that students can understand the practical usage of the content. End-of-chapter problems, exercises, review questions, and programming exercises help to further reinforce important concepts. New interactive self-assessment problems are provided throughout the text to help students monitor their level of understanding and progress. A Linux virtual machine (including C and Java source code and development tools) allows students to complete programming exercises that help them engage further with the material.
Published by: Wiley | Publication date: 05/04/2018
Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 219 pages

Real-time Operating Systems: Book 2 - The Practice (The engineering of real-time embedded systems)

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There’s something really satisfying about turning theory into practice, bringing with it a great feeling of accomplishment. Moreover it usually deepens and solidifies your understanding of the theoretical aspects of the subject, while at the same time eliminating misconceptions and misunderstandings. So it’s not surprising that the the fundamental philosophy of this book is that ‘theory is best understood by putting it into practice’. Well, that’s fine as it stands. Unfortunately the practice may a bit more challenging, especially in the field of real-time operating systems. First, you need a sensible, practical toolset on which to carry out the work. Second, for many self-learners, cost is an issue; the tools mustn’t be expensive. Third, they mustn’t be difficult to get, use and maintain. So what we have here is our approach to providing you with a low cost toolset for RTOS experimentation.The toolset used for this work consists of:A graphical tool for configuring microcontrollers (specifically STM32F variants) - STM32CubeMX software application.An Integrated Development Environment for the production of machine code.A very low cost single board computer with inbuilt programmer and debuggerAll software, which is free, can be run on Windows, OSX or Linux platforms. The Discovery kit is readily available from many electronic suppliers. The RTOS used for this work is FreeRTOS, which is integrated with the CubeMX tool.The author: Jim Cooling has had many years experience in the area of real-time embedded systems, including electronic, software and system design, project management, consultancy, education and course development. He has published extensively on the subject, his books covering many aspects of embedded-systems work such as real-time interfacing, programming, software design and software engineering. Currently he is a partner in Lindentree Associates (which he formed in 1998), providing consultancy and training for real-time embedded systems.See: www.lindentreeuk.co.uk
Author: Jim Cooling
Published by: Lindentree Associates | Publication date: 05/28/2017
Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 365 pages
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