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by Stuart E. Madnick
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  • Author:
    Stuart E. Madnick
  • ISBN:
    0070394555
  • ISBN13:
    978-0070394551
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  • Publisher:
    McGraw-Hill College; 1st edition (October 1, 1974)
  • Pages:
    640 pages
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    Programming
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Series: McGraw-Hill computer science series.

Series: McGraw-Hill computer science series. It is largely based on the IBM MVS OS implemented on the IBM 360 architecture, two of the finest achievements in computer history. The book covers the fundamentals of OS design, including memory, processor, device, and data management with lots of discussion on the pros and cons of design choices and problem/question sets to make the reader think through design alternatives. Hardcover: 480 pages.

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Stuart E. Madnick (born 1944) is an American computer scientist, and professor of information technology at the MIT Sloan School of Management and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology school of engineering. He is the director of the MIT Interdisciplinary Consortium for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity ((IC)³). Madnick has degrees in Electrical Engineering (. and Computer Science (P.

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Systems Programming (McGraw-Hill computer science series). Madnick, John J. Donovan

Stuart E. Donovan. Published by Mcgraw-Hill College (1974).

0070394555 (ISBN13: 9780070394551).

A clear, detailed explanation of input/output programming illustrates the intricacies of interrupt programming and the techniques and timing relationships leading to multiprogramming.

Organized as a course in operating systems and advanced software engineering, with case studies, relevant theories, and practical and theoretical approaches to programming, management, and evaluation

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Jelar
Thirty years ago, Madnick and Donovan were respected profs at MIT and this book is based on class tested material on operating system theory and design. It is largely based on the IBM MVS OS implemented on the IBM 360 architecture, two of the finest achievements in computer history.

The book covers the fundamentals of OS design, including memory, processor, device, and data management with lots of discussion on the pros and cons of design choices and problem/question sets to make the reader think through design alternatives.

The specifics relating to hardware constraints are obsolete, but the book serves to remind one of the logic and efficiency of true operating systems.

By contrast, the grotesque travesty of an OS called "DOS/Windows" reminds one of the illogic and gross inefficiency of a design based on marketing campaigns of prettified appearances. If the Windows authors had read Madnick's book we'd all be better off computing today.
Phenade
This book must be read from everybody who wants to know what is operating system (OS). The fact that the samples included in the book is for old computers (IBM/360 ) does not matter. After reading this book the reader will understand are modern OS really OS.
Nalaylewe
This book is written by the guy who appeared as an expert witness for MS in the anti-trust proceedings. When asked by a government prosecutor if he knew of any operating systems (other than MS brand OS's) that would cease functioning if you removed the browser component (as MS claims for Windows) he replied, "Yes. KDE".
Of course, as the government prosecutor pointed out, KDE isn't an OS, but a desktop environment that runs on Linux and other Unix-like operating systems. Pressed for other examples, he replied, "Uhh, GNOME?" GNOME is, of course, KDE's major competition as a Unix desktop. In this context, Madnick might as well have just blurted out "KDE" again.
Consider this an object lesson in what can happen to your credibility if you sell yourself to tell someone else's lies for them.
(btw, I haven't read this book & never will. I just thought any prospective buyers should know the preceding bit of info)