The Computer Organization and Operating System course are designed to give you an overview of the different operating systems and their components.This course teaches you the principles of computer architecture and organization. It covers digital logic, machine-level data representation, ALU design, memory system hierarchy, pipelining, and communications.
What you'll learn
- How to use Computer organization and architecture is the study of computer systems and how they are organized and structured.
- How Computer organization use and organize data and instructions to solve problems.
- How to use large number of libraries that help software developers connect to lower-level system functions. Assembler language is a very detailed language that helps systems programmers access hardware features efficiently.
- There are two of the most important aspects of computer architecture.Instruction set architecture is one of the most important parts of a computer, providing an interface between lower-level software and hardware.
- You should includes concepts such as the relational model, joins operation, SQL, transaction, and functional dependency.
Lecture 2.1 Introduction to logic gates, Boolean Algebra
Lecture 2.2 Data Representation-Number system
Lecture 2.3 Floating point representation, Signed numbers
Lecture 2.4 Binary Arithmetic, 1’s and 2’s Complements Arithmetic
Lecture 2.5 Binary adder, 2’s Complement method for multiplication,
Lecture 4.1 Characteristics of Memory Systems, Type of memories
Lecture 4.2 Main memory, Static & Dynamic memories, Secondary Memory
Lecture 4.3 Performance Considerations, Cache Memory with mapping
Lecture 4.4 Address memory used pages, page replacement
Lecture 4.5 Introduction to RAID
Lecture 7.1 Open source, Overview of Linux, Basic Linux Commands
Lecture 7.2 Some Important Directories, Inodes, Current Working Directory
Lecture 7.3 Changing Directories, Listing Directory Contents
Lecture 7.4 Fundamental file types, Hard Links, Symbolic
Lecture 7.5 Viewing and Working with Large Text Files
Lecture 8.1 Process Relationship, Process states, Process State transitions
Lecture 8.2 Process Control Block, Context switching
Lecture 8.3 – Concept of multithreads, Listing Processes
Lecture 8.4 Foreground and background Processes
Lecture 8.5 Sending Signals to Processes.
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