Ed Lazowska, Instructor
lazowska at cs.washington.edu
F 12:30-2:00, CSE 570
|Slava Chernyak, TA
chernyak at cs.washington.edu
M 1:30-2:20, CSE 220
Thurs 2:30-3:20, CSE 220
|Owen Kim, TA
ohechkay at cs.washington.edu
Course grade histogram
Final exam histogram
Your peer evaluation is due at 11:59 p.m. on Monday
December 14. Submitting a peer evaluation is necessary to
receive credit on Project 3.
Project 3 is due on Friday December 11 -- the last day of
instruction. The final exam is Wednesday December 16.
There's a course review posted as module 26
Please remember to actually read the auxiliary readings that are
not labeled as "optional"!
Project 3 has been posted. It's due at the end of
the day on December 11, the last day of classes.
- 11/7/09: Histogram of midterm results
- 11/1/09: Please attend the UW CSE Distinguished
Lecture given by
Chief Research and Strategy
Officer Craig Mundie, this Thursday, November 5th, 4:15 p.m.,
- 10/23/09: Due to popular demand, the midterm has been
moved to Friday November 6.
- 10/17/09: Project 2 has been posted.
It's due in two parts -- the first on Monday November 2, the
second on Wednesday November 18.
- 10/15/09: Homeworks 3 and
4 have been posted.
- 10/11/09: Homework 2 has been posted.
- 10/6/09: Project 1
has posted and will be discussed in section on Thursday.
Please read it prior to then. Thanks. Project 1 is due on Monday
October 19 at 11:59 p.m.
- 10/5/09: Please attend
Myhrvold's Distinguished Lecture: Tuesday October 6
at 3:30 in the Atrium. As with Charles Simonyi's talk, it
has nothing to do with this course, but it's "science,"
he's a distinguished computer scientist, and it will be
interesting and yummy.
- 9/30/09: Please attend
Simonyi's Distinguished Lecture
about his second flight to the International Space Station: Thursday
October 1 at 3:30 in the Atrium. It has nothing to do with this
course but you'll find it fascinating.
- 9/27/09: Project 0 is due on Friday October 9 at 11:59 p.m.
- 9/27/09: Homework 1
is due on Wednesday October 7 at
the start of class.
- 9/26/09: Please register for the
CSE451 email list
System Concepts (8th Edition), Silberschatz, Galvin
and Gagne, ISBN 978-0-470-12872-5.|
||Required, read it online
||The Linux Kernel, David Rusling.
A locally stored copy is kept here. No attempt will be made to keep the local copy synch'ed with the official copy.
(4th Edition), Welsh et al., ISBN
Unless you are already running a Linux
system on a personal machine (and maybe even then) I
highly recommend you read this book. Available online
through the UW Libraries here.
||Every OS Sucks, Three Dead Trolls in a Baggie,