CSCI 3753: Operating Systems
Department of Computer Science, University of Colorado at Boulder
See the Moodle class Web page at http://moodle.cs.colorado.edu
Schedule & Location: Tues,
Thurs 11 am - 12:15 pm, Fleming 104
Course number: CSCI 3753-010. See also the CS Web site and look under the Courses option.
Prerequisites: CSCI 2270 and one of CSCI 2400 or ECEN 2120.
Instructor: Professor Rick Han, http://www.cs.colorado.edu/~rhan.
Office: ECCR 1B05F
Office Hours: Tuesdays 2-3 pm and Wednesdays 1-2 pm in ECCR 1B09 (next door to my office). Additional appointments as needed.
Operating System Concepts, 8th Edition, Abraham Silberschatz, Peter Galvin, Greg Gagne, Wiley, 2008
TA: Andy Sayler and Junho Ahn
TA Office/Hours: In CSEL study/conference room,
Thursdays 3:45-4:45 pm, and Fridays 1-2 pm, and more as needed. See moodle for more up-to-date information.
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Grader email: email@example.com
Class Web site:
See the Moodle class Web page at http://moodle.cs.colorado.edu. Assignments, lecture slides, and announcements can be found there. You will have to establish an account on the moodle and then subscribe to our class on the moodle using the special enrollment key given out in class.
The Computer Science department maintains the Computer Science Educational Labs (CSEL) in the first floor of the ECCS Wing of the Engineering Center. The CSEL consists of a cluster of primarily Linux machines. It is a convenient facility for doing your programming assignments. You may sign up for an account in the CSEL by going to the general CSEL Web site http://csel.cs.colorado.edu and following the instructions there to sign up for an account.
25% Final exam - Monday May 7, 4:30
pm - 7 pm
15% Midterm exam
45-50% Programming assignments
10-15% Problem sets/homework
assignments must be submitted by uploading them to the
moodle class Web page
by their due date, unless
programming assignments should be your original work, unless
otherwise noted. You may help others only to the extent of
answering typical questions that arise during compiling,
debugging, and executing your programming assignments. The
code that you write should be your own.
sets are due by start of class or recitation on their respective
due dates, unless otherwise noted.
Problem sets should be submitted either by uploading them to the
moodle class Web page
or by handing them in to the TA in recitation, unless otherwise
sets will not be accepted, unless otherwise noted by the
We highly encourage you to submit
even partially finished problem sets for partial credit.
Extensions will not
be granted except at the instructor's discretion in documented
cases of extreme hardship or emergencies.
sets should be your original work, unless otherwise noted.
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