Operating Systems: A New Perspective is a successfully tested attempt to help the readers understand the basic concepts of Operating Systems. The strategy employed in this book is to present the necessary theory in a different fashion keeping in view the basic needs of an ordinary reader. However, the expectations of the readers with advanced needs are not disappointed. The author claims that systems programmers can make use of this book to understand the necessary concepts at a faster pace to make a quick jump to the coding part. This book can be used effectively as the last minute cram, which many students would find quite useful.
|Publishers||CBS Publishers & Distributors|
|Subject||Computer & Information Technology|
|About the Author||NA|
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