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Operating Systems Development Project - Fundamentals - 4MMPCSEF

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  • Number of hours

    • Laboratory works : 16.5
    ECTS : 1.5

Goals

This is a specialisation course, for students who chose a Computer Science oriented track. Notions seen include Operating System kernel design and writing low-level C code interacting with a standard PC hardware. Time-sharing is introduced by implementing a simple preemptive scheduler.

Contact Christophe RIPPERT

Content

1. Design of IO driver in C
=> students will use pointers to write directly to the video memory of the PC
2. Time-sharing using the PC hardware clock
=> this implies writing an interrupt handler to manage the hardware clock (with a very small part in 32 bits x86 assembly)
3. Writing a simple preemptive scheduler
=> this is the main part of the projet: students will first use a cooperative scheduler to share time between processes, then they will connect the scheduling fonction to the hardware clock handler in order to implement preemptive scheduling.



Prerequisites

Computer Architecture. Basic Programming. Operating Systems and Concurrent Programming.

Tests

Attendance is mandatory to validate this course: each unjustified absence is penalised by 2 points and the final mark will be 0/20 for any students who misses 3 or more classes.

Students will take a practical exam at the end of the semester to validate the course (all documents are forbidden).



N1=Examen de TP
N2=N1 (pas de rattrapage)

Additional Information

Curriculum->Information Systems Engineering->Semester 7
Curriculum->Embedded Systems & Connect. Devices->Semester 7

Bibliography

Andrew S. Tanenbaum : Modern Operating Systems et Operating Systems Design and Implementation
Abraham Silberschatz, Peter B. Galvin et Greg Gagne : Operating Systems Concepts.

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Date of update January 15, 2017

Grenoble INP Institut d'ingénierie Univ. Grenoble Alpes