Operating System Concepts by Abraham Silberschatz and Peter Baer Galvin PDF

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Table of Contents:-

Part – 1 Overview

Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Operating-System Structures

Part – 2 Process Management
Chapter 3: Processes
Chapter 4: Threads
Chapter 5: CPU Scheduling
Chapter 6: Process Synchronization
Chapter 7: Deadlocks

Part – 3 Memory Management
Chapter 9: Virtual Memory

Part – 4 Storage Management
Chapter 10: File-System Interface
Chapter 11: File-System Implementation
Chapter 12: Mass-Storage Structure
Chapter 13: I/O Systems

Part – 5 Protection and Security
Chapter 14: Protection
Chapter 15: Security

Part – 6 Distributed Systems
Chapter 16: Distributed System Structures
Chapter 17: Distributed File Systems
Chapter 18: Distributed Coordination

Part – 7 Special Purpose Systems
Chapter 19: Real-Time Systems
Chapter 20: Multimedia Systems

Part – 8 Case Studies
Chapter 21: The Linux System
Chapter 22: Windows XP
Chapter 23: Influential Operating Systems

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I recommend that it will be the best book to cover the whole syllabus and will also be good to clear the basic concept of Operating Systems for Computer Science and Engineering Students.

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