An Outline of a Course on Operating System Principles

  • Per Brinch Hansen
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Abstract

In 1970 the author began writing a comprehensive textbook on operating system principles. This is a description of its structure and how far it had progressed a year later.

Keywords

Mutual Exclusion Concurrent Process Operating System Principle Concurrent Computation Message Buffer 
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