TDIU11 Operating Systems (6 ECTS)
You will learn what an operating system is, why it exists and how it
This course TDIU11 replaces (TDIU25) and is a prerequisite for Concurrent and operating system programming (TDIU16). The two courses (TDIU11 and TDIU16) together replace the course Concurrent programming and operating systems (TDDI81).
|2018‑02‑02||Clarification regarding problem solving sessions|
* To get the points, you need to present your solutions to complete
problems. You are allowed to cooperate as much as you like, but the
solutions have to be convincing, well understood and well presented
(even if they turn out to contain mistakes during the presentation).
|2018‑02‑02||Clarification regarding article summary sessions|
* The summaries should use the supplied template.
For the citations, the style does not matter, both the suggested Harvard
citation format and the one used by the ACM template are fine.
|2018‑01‑24||Lecture 5 (5 feb) rescheduled to kl. 15-17|
|2018‑01‑23||Clarification about the threshold towards UPG1|
There were some questions today regarding the number of points required to pass UPG1, as there was a different number mentioned on the web page under Timetable and Deadlines. This was an error, which has been corrected now. The threshold for passing UPG1 is 16 points, as also previously announced on this web page under Examination and in the first lecture. A lower threshold of 8p only applies to former TDIU25 students.
|2018‑01‑22||Second lesson of group C rescheduled to 1 feb 10:15|
The second lesson (paper 1 summary seminar) of Group C (Joel Oskarsson) has been moved from 30 jan to 1 feb 10:15-12:00, see the updated schedule.
|2018‑01‑22||Submission deadline for first exercise set|
Recall that the submission deadline for the first exercises set (email to your group's supervisor) is today monday 22/1 at 23:59.
|2018‑01‑07||Preparation for course start. Pages are being updated.|
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Last updated: 2018-01-24