Operating System

Learn and Explore All the Fundamentals of The Operating System from Scratch

Operating System

An Operating System is the most important software that runs on a computer. It manages the computer’s memory and processes, as well as all of its software and hardware. It also allows you to communicate with the computer without knowing how to speak the computer’s language.

Career Prospects

Learning the Operating System course will help you to make a career in different fields and positions such as:

  1. System Engineer

  2. Application Engineer

  3. Operating Systems Engineer

Course Detail

The course covers all the aspects and concepts of Operating System which are asked in GATE exam. The course starts with an introduction of Operating System and covers the topics such as Types of Operating System, process and their management, CPU Scheduling Algorithm, Synchronization and their need, Deadlock, Memories and their management, and File Systems. It will help you to understand the importance of the Operating System in the computer science field. And after completion of this course, you will be able to solve the questions related to Operating System easily.


Syllabus

Syllabus Of Operating System
Introduction of Operating System
Types of Operating System
Introduction of Process
Attributes of Process
States of Process
State Transition Diagram
Introduction of Schedular
Operations on Process
Introduction of Scheduling Queues
Various Times In Cpu Scheduling
Introduction Of Cpu Scheduling-1
First Come First Serve(Fcfs)
Example of Fcfs
Convoy Effect
Shortest Job First (SJF)
Advantages And Disadvantage of Sjf Algorithm
Burst Time Prediction Technique
Dynamic Prediction
Example of Exponential Averaging(or Aging)
Shortest Remaining Time First(SRTF)
Analysis of Srtf
Introduction of Round Robin Algorithm
Example of Round Robin
Analysis of Round Robin Algorithm
Longest Job First(LJF)
Longest Remaining Time First(Lrtf)
Highest Response Ratio Next(Hrrn)
Priority of Process
Non-Preemptive Priority Scheduling
Preemptive Priority Scheduling
Introduction of Multilevel Queue Scheduling
Introduction of Synchronization
Example of Synchronization
Critical Section
Requirements For Synchronization Mechanism
classification of Synchronization Mechanism
Lock Variable
Implementation of Lock Variable
Test Set Lock(Tsl) Solution
Disabling Interrupt
Strict Alternation Approach(Turn Variable)
Difference Between Lock And Turn Variable
Interested Variable
Difference Between Interested And Turn Variable
Peterson's Solution
Implementation of Peterson's Solution
Introduction of Synchronization Mechanism without BusyWaiting
Producer & Consumer Problem
Counting Semaphore
Binary Semaphore
Introduction of Deadlock
Necessary Conditions For Deadlock
Types of Resource
Example of Resource
Strategies For Handling Deadlock
Deadlock Prevention
Implementation of Deadlock Prevention
Introduction of Deadlock Avoidance
Example of Banker's Algorithm
Example 1 of Banker's Algorithm
Introduction of Resource Allocation Graph
Single Instance Resource Graph
Multi-Instance Resource Graph
Deadlock Detection & Recovery
Introduction of Memory Management
Contiguous Memory Allocation
Dynamic Partition
Non-Contiguous Allocation
Segmentation
Summary of Memory Management

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