EECS 482: Introduction to Operating Systems
12/01: "PThread Primer link was invalid *again*". Fixed it. Thanks...
12/01: only 14 days left until the last day of classes. i'm thankful i got
to teach this semester but i'm sad that i don't get to teach next semester.
thank u all!
Extra Information on Various Topics
Textbooks and Additional Book References
i own all these books. if you are interested in any of the books and
would like to check out the content (before you buy one for youself),
send me an mail and i would bring it to the discussion section. this
extra material is for the curious ones and not in any way required...
- A. Tanenbaum, "Modern Operating
Systems", 2nd edition <-- your required textbook
- A. Silberschatz and P. Galvin, "Operating
System Concepts", 5th edition
- W. Stevens, "Advanced
Programming in the UNIX Environement" (this is an excellent
reference book on the UNIX Operating Systems. I highly recommend it!)
- S. Qualline, "Practical C++
Programming" (when I had to brush up on the basic concept of the
C++ language for this class, I bought this book.)
- B. Stroustrup, "The C++
Programming Language" (this book is by the creator of C++
language and i bought it to use as a reference guide.)
- S. Meyers, "Effective C++: 50
specific ways to improve your programs and designs" (a book of
'gotchas' in C++)
- D. Musser, "STL Tutorial and
Refernce Guide", 2nd edition
- S. Meyers, "Effective STL: 50
specific ways to improve your use of the Standart Template Library"
(similar to "Effective C++"
book, the author presents the 'gotchas' of STL)
- D. Butenhof, "Programming with
- S. Kleiman, D. Shah, and B. Smaalders, "Programming with threads"
- B. Lewis, "PThread Primer"
from the web)