Betriebssysteme/Operating Systems I Summerterm 2020

Content

Operating systems are complex, concurrent systems that provide programmers with a usable abstraction of the underlying hardware. At the same time they have to manage the resources of the computer efficiently.
In the course of this lecture the basic services of a classic operating system as well as process- synchronization- and communication models are discussed in depth. In the hands-on assignments the students incrementally develop their own, small operating system on a PC emulator.

Moduldescription

The Lecture is being held in german.

Dates

Lectures:

  • Mo, 13:45 - 15:15, ZHG HS B and
  • Tue, 9:15 - 10:45, ZHG HS C

Written Exam:

  • Friday, 18 September 2020, 08:30 - 10:00 am, ZHG, Audimax 2

Tutorials:

  • Tue, 13:45 - 15:15, ZHG SR1

The labs start in the first week, tutorials start in the second week. Labs take place in VG1C in Room 0.04.

Laborübungen:

 MoTueWeThuFr
7:30   n.n. 
9:15n.n.    
11:30 n.n.n.n.  
13:45   n.n. 
15:30     

For the Tutorials there is no need to register, however, everyone needs to register for the labs using Moodle until April 6th.

Exam:

  • 18.09.2020, 08:30 - 10:00, ZHG HS A

Labs

Organisation

All the labs will be in German, for more details please see the german page

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