Operating System Concepts – Abraham Silberschatz, Greg Gagne, Peter B Galvin – 10th Edition

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The tenth edition of has been revised to keep it fresh and up-to-date with contemporary examples of how function, as well as enhanced interactive elements to improve learning and the ’s experience with the material.

It combines instruction on concepts with real-world applications so that can understand the practical usage of the content.

End-of-chapter , exercises, review questions, and programming exercises help to further reinforce important concepts. New interactive self-assessment are provided throughout the text to help students monitor their level of understanding and progress.

A Linux virtual (including C and Java source code and development tools) allows students to complete programming exercises that help them engage further with the material.

Table of Contents

PART ONE. OVERVIEW.
Chapter 1. Introduction.
Chapter 2. Operating-System Structures.

PART TWO. PROCESS MANAGEMENT.
Chapter 3. Processes.
Chapter 4. Threads
Chapter 5. CPU Scheduling.
Chapter 6. Process Synchronization.
Chapter 7. Deadlocks

PART THREE. MEMORY MANAGEMENT.
Chapter 8. Main Memory.
Chapter 9. Virtual Memory.

PART FOUR. STORAGE MANAGEMENT.
Chapter 10. File-System Interface
Chapter 11. File-System Implementation.
Chapter 12. Mass-Storage Structure
Chapter 13. I/O Systems.

PART FIVE. PROTECTION AND SECURITY.
Chapter 14. Protection.
Chapter 15. Security.

PART SIX. DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS.
Chapter 16. Distributed System Structures.
Chapter 17. Distributed File Systems.
Chapter 18. Distributed Coordination.

PART SEVEN. SPECIAL PURPOSE SYSTEMS.
Chapter 19. Real-Time Systems.
Chapter 20. Multimedia Systems.

PART EIGHT. CASE STUDIES.
Chapter 21. The Linux/System.
Chapter 22. Windows XP.
Chapter 23. Influential Operating Systems.

PART NINE.
APPENDICES.
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