OPERATING SYSTEMS, SEVENTH EDITION
A state-of-the art survey of operating system principles. Covers fundamental technology as well as contemporary design issues, such as threads, microkernels, SMPs, real-time systems, multiprocessor scheduling, embedded OSs, distributed systems, clusters, security, and object-oriented design. Third and fourth editions received the TAA award for the best Computer Science and Engineering Textbook of the year. ISBN 978-0-13-230998-1
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