CM10195 Computer Systems Architecture 2
The lectured part of this unit has ended
We are continuing with problems classes.
Lab Drop-In Sessions
From Week 7 onwards, one or more teaching assistants
will be present to answer any questions on this unit, or other subjects, if
they are willing.
These labs are not compulsory, but you should try to make the best use of them.
These are now running.
Operating Systems: OSs have been around nearly as long as computers, so there
are many books -- just pick one!
Books on Networking:
"Operating Systems Internal and Design Principles"
W Stallings, Prentice Hall
"Computer Systems Architecture A Networking Approach"
R Williams, Addison-Wesley
"Introduction to Operating Systems Behind the Desktop"
J English, Palgrave
"Operating Systems a Concept-Based Approach"
D M Dhamdhere, McGraw Hill
"Operating Systems Concepts with Java"
A Silbershatz et al, Wiley
"TCP/IP Illustrated Volume 1"
W R Stevens, Addison-Wesley
"Computer Networks 4th Ed"
A Tanenbaum, Pearson
"The Art of Computer Networking"
R Bradford, Pearson
Coursework accounts for 30% of the unit total. It consists of
At the end of the semester (70%).
Moodle Not much on
All the slides in one big PDF.
These will be released after the relevant lecture: there is no
substitute to having the material go through your brain at least once!
Note that these slides are hints to me as to what topics I should cover: you
are expected to read around the subject. Don't treat the slides as the entirety
of your study.
The file numbers don't correspond to anything in particular in terms of
lectures or subject covered.