Csci 423: Introduction to Operating Systems
Computer & Information Science
Study of the basic concepts of operating systems, including user interfaces, process management, state saving, interprocess communication, input/output, device drivers, timing services, memory management, file management, and system abstractions.
- Prerequisite: Csci 211 (minimum grade C-) OR CIS 211 (minimum grade C-) OR Csci 356 (minimum grade C-).
- Pre-Requisite: 24 Earned Hours
- Prerequisite Csci 223 C- OR El E 385 C-
- Lecture: Lecture for Csci 423
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