Topic outline

  • General description

    Operating systems 1 course is a critically important part of computer science curricula. It allows students to integrate several previously acquired concepts they get in first courses (programming, computer architecture, assembly programming) to be reach a broad and clear understanding of the way a computer system works. In particular, the operating system structure, functions, and operation is described as the center of this computer system. This course contains also a description of the main concepts and the most important components of an operating system which constitutes the common basic knowledge all computer science graduates will need in their professional career, regardless their specific specialization.