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Operating Systems: Principles and Practice (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 17. Juli 2012

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4.0 von 5 Sternen Pretty good book 10. Dezember 2012
Von Lyee - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I got my hands on the pre-published version and the content has gotten much better to say the least.
But, onto the actual published book. Like any good OS book, it covers everything from what is a kernel to file systems. However, I found that when studying for exams, the book provided a good summary of a concept or topic and a few nice examples, but didn't quite go in-depth enough for my want-of understanding, an example being how one would go about calculating how many pages would be needed to store a 2kB file given information about the system setup, a typical exam question. However, the book was clear in explanations and had diagrams and pictures to complement the writing to aid understanding. It may be a good book to refresh your knowledge on OS concepts. Expect some depth, but don't expect too much depth.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Best OS text I've seen so far 17. Dezember 2013
Von P. Desnoyers - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The market for OS texts is dominated by the big 3 - Silberschatz, Tannenbaum, and Stallings - but with apologies to Andy, they're really not great for a modern course in operating systems. For a combined architecture + OS course there are the Bryant & O'Hallaron and the new Saltzer & Kaashoek books, but for straight OS the best books available today are the Arpaci-Dusseau's book on Lulu and this one, which has better coverage of more advanced topics. As a bonus compared to the big 3 texts, your students will save 70 or 80 bucks.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Nice overview with a few errors 19. Dezember 2013
Von Vincent James Misovski - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I purchased this book to go along with my Introduction to Operating Systems course (as it was a suggested book) and found it really helpful to get an idea of many concepts without going into the fine details. The book was easy to follow and explained many concepts in an easy to digest way. The author also provided real world applications of the OS concepts and talked about other optimizations that ended up being useful for my coursework.

Certain sections went into more technical depth than others and I thought it was kind of a toss up as to where the author focused his efforts. The parts about threading had some nice chapters regarding how to write the internals of a thread library even while talking about some of the finer details.

There were a few issues in the book that were not fixed before it was published. Some of the issues were when indicating a specific page or figure, the text would say 'see page. ???' and I'm assuming a page number was supposed to be inserted. I would not say that this detracted from the quality of the book since the book itself says "beta version" on it.

Overall I would recommend this book as it provides an overview of many of the fundamental aspects of an operating system in an easy to digest way.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Great 21. August 2014
Von Niko - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I literally learned a lot from this book.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Informative, but horribly written. 23. September 2015
Von Luke - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book contains a lot of useful information without too many frivolous bits, but it is written so horribly that it's truly difficult to understand what the authors are trying to convey half of the time. The diagrams that they use often have erroneous information in it (memory addresses that don't add up and conflict with other parts of the diagram,) and there are so many grammatical mistakes that it becomes truly difficult to even understand what is written. There are numerous places throughout the entire book where there are: missing periods, improperly used words, improper commas, confusing sentence structures and blatant typos. This book is informative, but if given the option, do yourself a favor and find a textbook that was written with the intention that it would one day be read by someone.
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