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Operating Systems: A Systematic View

3.15 of 5 stars 3.15  ·  rating details  ·  13 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Operating Systems: A Systematic View offers a practical and applied introduction to operating system concepts, aimed at people interested in using computers, operating systems, and networks. The authors take a "systematic view" of the subject, where they provide insight into what is going on beneath the surface instead of focusing so much on OS theory. The intent is to sho ...more
Hardcover, 520 pages
Published April 21st 1983 by Addison Wesley Publishing Company (first published April 28th 1977)
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Joecolelife
May 16, 2011 Joecolelife rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
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Unlike other OS books I've seen, A Systematic View is a clearly written, concise introduction to the foundations of operating systems -- or at least the first few chapters are. As noted by other reviewers, the book doesn't know where to go after the first section -- it meanders into too-brief-to-be-useful hands-on tutorial sections for the middle portion, then moves on to touch open a few particulars with a few popular systems in a way remniscent of excerpts from a heavier text before concluding ...more
Peter
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Probably enjoyed it.
Chibineko
I'd purchased this book for a computer class & I have to say that I did like the book. I'll admit, it wasn't the most thrilling textbook I had to read, but it did list things pretty clearly.

The beginning of the book had some pretty basic stuff, which I already knew but I suppose that there's people out there who are even more of a newbie than I am & didn't know some of that stuff.

This is a good textbook, but I'm interested in seeing what the next edition has in comparison to this one.
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