D-Term 2006 CS 4513 Prof. D. Finkel
COURSE OVERVIEW: This course will be devoted to completing the study of operating system principles begun in CS 3013 and the study of distributed systems. The recommended background for this course is CS 3013.
TEXT: The text for this course is Operating Systems Concepts, Seventh Ed., by Silberschatz, Galvin and Gagne.
CLASS HOURS: This course meets MTTF 10:00 – 10:50. You are expected to attend class regularly.
TAs and OFFICE HOURS: The TA for this course is James Baldassari (email@example.com) and SA for the course is Abe Lourenço (firstname.lastname@example.org). TA and SA office hours will be held in the FL A22, at the following times:
TA: Tue , Wed ;
SA: Mon , Wed , Thu: ..
My office hours (FL 231) are Mon 3, Tue 9, Thu 2, and by appointment.
email@example.com which goes only to the TA, the SA and me.
ACADEMIC HONESTY: All work that you submit for a grade in this course must be your own work. You may discuss the assignments with other students, and discuss approaches to solving them, but the programs you submit must be your own work. You should not show your code to any student or see the code of another student. If you use code from a publicly available source, such as a textbook or a public Web site, document the source clearly in your code and in your program documentation.
DOCUMENTATION STANDARDS: Your programs are expect to conform to the
GRADING: Your grade will be based on an average of your work for the term, weighted as follows:
Assignment 1: 20%
Assignment 3: 10%
Midterm Exam: 25%
Final Exam: 25%