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  • 1. COURSE OUTLINEDepartment : Department of Information and Page 1 of 6Communication TechnologyCourse and Code: Semester: IIFP 202 – FUNDAMENTALS OF OPERATING Academic Session: DIS 2012SYSTEMTotal Lecture Hour: 30 : 30Lecturer : HASSAN BIN ALITel. No : 012-4257095Synopsis FUNDAMENTALS OF OPERATING SYSTEM course introduces the design and implementation of operating systems. This course will cover briefly the evolution of operating system, and also the major components of most operating system. Particular emphasis will be given to three major OS subsystems: process management (processes, threads, CPU scheduling, and deadlock), memory management (segmentation, paging, swapping), file systems, and operating system support for distributed systemsLearning Outcomes :By the end of course, students should be able to: Course Learning Programme Learning Assessment Outcome (CLO) Outcome(s)Addressed Methods PLO1 : apply fundamental principles of computing, Explain the basic Quiz, Test mathematics, physics and softskills functions of operatingCLO 1 in related areas of IT to be systems and the memory competent and possess strong management tasks. (C2) understanding in game development. PLO2 : integrate the knowledge and Perform administrative Quiz, Test, technical skills acquired and utilize tools of operating system LaboratoryCLO 2 current tools and techniques to to maintain a computer Exercises, Problem develop a computer game. system effectively. (P4) P4 Based Task PLO4 : use appropriate tools and Organize the accounts Quiz, Test, techniques to solve programming and resources of a LaboratoryCLO 3 problem in game development. computer system Exercises, Problem effectively. (A4) P4 Based Task 1
  • 2. Department : Department of Information and Page 2 of 6Communication TechnologyCourse and Code: Semester: IIFP 202 – FUNDAMENTALS OF OPERATING Academic Session: DIS 2012SYSTEMTotal Lecture Hour: 30 : 30Lecturer : HASSAN BIN ALITel. No : 0124257095Synopsis FUNDAMENTALS OF OPERATING SYSTEM course introduces the design and implementation of operating systems. This course will cover briefly the evolution of operating system, and also the major components of most operating system. Particular emphasis will be given to three major OS subsystems: process management (processes, threads, CPU scheduling, and deadlock), memory management (segmentation, paging, swapping), file systems, and operating system support for distributed systemsStudent Learning Time (SLT) Teaching and Learning Activities Student Learning Time (hours)FACE TO FACE1. Delivery Method - Lecture 30 - Practical 302. Coursework Assessment (CA) Lecture-hour-assessment - Test - Quiz 0 min/ Test 3 Practical-hour-assessment - Laboratory ExercisesNON FACE TO FACE1. Coursework Assessment (CA) - Problem Based Task 62. Preparation and Review Lecture - Preparation before theory class eg: 30 download lesson notes. - Review after theory class eg: additional references, discussion group, discussion Practical 15 -Preparation before practical class/field work/survey eg: review notes, checklist/labsheets -Post practical activity eg: lab report, additional references and discussion session 6 Assessment - Preparation for test - Preparation for quiz TOTAL 120 2
  • 3. Department : Department of Information and Page 3 of 6Communication TechnologyCourse and Code: Semester: IIFP 202 – FUNDAMENTALS OF OPERATING Academic Session: DIS 2012SYSTEMTotal Lecture Hour: 30 : 30Lecturer : HASSAN BIN ALITel. No : 012-4257095Synopsis FUNDAMENTALS OF OPERATING SYSTEM course introduces the design and implementation of operating systems. This course will cover briefly the evolution of operating system, and also the major components of most operating system. Particular emphasis will be given to three major OS subsystems: process management (processes, threads, CPU scheduling, and deadlock), memory management (segmentation, paging, swapping), file systems, and operating system support for distributed systemsWeekly Schedule:Lecture Week: 1.0 INTRODUCTION TO OPERATING SYSTEM LW 1 1.1 Explain the Operating systems environment LW 2 1.2 Explain the Input/ Output Control System (IOCS). 2.0 MEMORY AND PROCESS MANAGEMENT LW 3 2.1 Explain memory management of operating system LW 4 2.2 Explain process management of operating system LW 5 2.2 Explain process management of operating system LW 6 2.3 Explain a Deadlock Situation in an Operating System. 3.0 FILE MANAGEMENT LW 7 3.1 Explain file management in operating system. LW 8 3.1 Explain file management in operating system. LW 9 3.1 Explain file management in operating system. LW 10 3.1 Explain file management in operating system. 3
  • 4. Department : Department of Information and Page 4 of 6Communication TechnologyCourse and Code: Semester: IIFP 202 – FUNDAMENTALS OF OPERATING Academic Session: DIS 2012SYSTEMTotal Lecture Hour: 30 : 30Lecturer : HASSAN BIN ALITel. No : 0124257095Synopsis FUNDAMENTALS OF OPERATING SYSTEM course introduces the design and implementation of operating systems. This course will cover briefly the evolution of operating system, and also the major components of most operating system. Particular emphasis will be given to three major OS subsystems: process management (processes, threads, CPU scheduling, and deadlock), memory management (segmentation, paging, swapping), file systems, and operating system support for distributed systemsWeekly Schedule: 4.0 WINDOWS OPERATING SYSTEM LW 11 4.1 Manage Microsoft Windows Server operating system environments. LW 12 4.2 Create and configure Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) LW 13 4.3 Create and configure group policies LW 14 4.4 Manage storage using File Server Resource Manager. 4
  • 5. Department : Department of Information and Page 5 of 6Communication TechnologyCourse and Code: Semester: IIFP 202 – FUNDAMENTALS OF OPERATING Academic Session: DIS 2012SYSTEMTotal Lecture Hour: 30 : 30Lecturer : HASSAN BIN ALITel. No : 012-4257095Synopsis FUNDAMENTALS OF OPERATING SYSTEM course introduces the design and implementation of operating systems. This course will cover briefly the evolution of operating system, and also the major components of most operating system. Particular emphasis will be given to three major OS subsystems: process management (processes, threads, CPU scheduling, and deadlock), memory management (segmentation, paging, swapping), file systems, and operating system support for distributed systemsCourse Notes Hand-outs and power point slides Main : Ann McHoes, Ida M. (2010). Understanding Operating Systems, 6th. Edition. Course Technology. (ISBN : 978-1439079201) Others : Abraham S., Greg G., Peter B. (2011). Operating System Concepts,8th. Edition. Wiley. (ISBN : 978-1118112731) Andrew S. Tanenbaum and Albert S Woodhull, (2006). Operating Systems Design and Implementation, Third Edition. Prentice Hall (ISBN: 978- 0131429383) Cisco System. (2005). CCNA 1 and 2 Companion Guide, Revised (Cisco Networking Academy Program), 3rd Edition. Cisco Press (ISBN: 978-1-References: 58713-150-9) Rohit K. (2011). Operating Systems. IKAS Publishing House Pvt. Ltd. (ISBN : 978- 8125942429) Silberschatz, Galvin and Gagne, (2006). Operating System Concepts, Sixth Edition. John Wiley & Sons (ISBN: 0-471-69446-5) Todd Lammle (2007). CCNA Cisco Certified Network Associate Study Guide (6th Edition), Wiley Publishing. (ISBN: 978-0-470-110089) Wendell Odom, Thomas Knott (2006). Networking Basics CCNA 1 Companion Guide (Cisco Networking Academy). Cisco Press. (ISBN: 978-1- 58713-164-6) 5
  • 6. Department : Department of Information and Page 6 of 6Communication TechnologyCourse and Code: Semester: IIFP 202 – FUNDAMENTALS OF OPERATING Academic Session: DIS 2012SYSTEMTotal Lecture Hour: 30 : 30Lecturer : HASSAN BIN ALITel. No : 012-4257095Synopsis FUNDAMENTALS OF OPERATING SYSTEM course introduces the design and implementation of operating systems. This course will cover briefly the evolution of operating system, and also the major components of most operating system. Particular emphasis will be given to three major OS subsystems: process management (processes, threads, CPU scheduling, and deadlock), memory management (segmentation, paging, swapping), file systems, and operating system support for distributed systemsAssessment :No. Assessment Quantity Criteria % Total Dates Lecture Topic 1- 21. Quiz 2 & 10 % LW6, LW14 Lecture Topic 3- 4 Lecture Topic 1- 22. Test 2 & 30% LW7, LW15 Lecture Topic 3- 4 LW3,LW8 Laboratory3. 5 40% LW11,LW12, Exercise Lecture Topic 1-4 LW14 Problem4. 1 Lecture Topic 3- 4 20% LW10 Based TaskPrepared by: Certified by:_______________________________ __________________________________( ) ( )Date: 13th JULY 2012 Date: 6
  • 7. Department : Department of Information and Page 6 of 6Communication TechnologyCourse and Code: Semester: IIFP 202 – FUNDAMENTALS OF OPERATING Academic Session: DIS 2012SYSTEMTotal Lecture Hour: 30 : 30Lecturer : HASSAN BIN ALITel. No : 012-4257095Synopsis FUNDAMENTALS OF OPERATING SYSTEM course introduces the design and implementation of operating systems. This course will cover briefly the evolution of operating system, and also the major components of most operating system. Particular emphasis will be given to three major OS subsystems: process management (processes, threads, CPU scheduling, and deadlock), memory management (segmentation, paging, swapping), file systems, and operating system support for distributed systemsAssessment :No. Assessment Quantity Criteria % Total Dates Lecture Topic 1- 21. Quiz 2 & 10 % LW6, LW14 Lecture Topic 3- 4 Lecture Topic 1- 22. Test 2 & 30% LW7, LW15 Lecture Topic 3- 4 LW3,LW8 Laboratory3. 5 40% LW11,LW12, Exercise Lecture Topic 1-4 LW14 Problem4. 1 Lecture Topic 3- 4 20% LW10 Based TaskPrepared by: Certified by:_______________________________ __________________________________( ) ( )Date: 13th JULY 2012 Date: 6