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Friday, March 12, 2010

System Programming PPT slides

System Programming

        Instructor:

Prof. Shie-Yuan Wang

Course description:
Presentation of the construction of several system software such as assembler, linker, loader, macro processor, and other software. (Note, because the CSIE students will have to take a mandatory compiler course next semester, the construction of compilers will not be presented in this course.) Some concepts related to operating system such as virtual memory will also be covered to make this course a self-contained course. The object file formats (a.out and elf) and the static and dynamic linked shared librarys that are used in the current FreeBSD and Linux will also be studied.


Textbooks:

  • System software: An introduction to systems programming, Leland L. Beck, 3rd edition, Addison Wesley 1997. (reserved and available at the 交大全民書局)
  • Linker and loader, John R. Levine, Morgan Kaufmann, 2000

Course handout



File


Topic


References


Lecture note 1


Introduction to operating systems and system softwares




Lecture note 2


Real Memory Management




Lecture note 3


Virtual Memory Management




Lecture note 4


Simplified Instructional Computer (SIC)/XE Overview




Lecture note 5


A Simple Two Pass Assembler




Lecture note 6


Machine Dependent Assembler Features




Lecture note 7


Machine Independent Assembler Features (Literal, Symbol, Expression)




Lecture note 8


Machine Independent Assembler Features (Program Blocks, Control Sessions and Linking)




Lecture note 9


Assembler Design Options




Lecture note 10


Loader and Linker




Lecture note 11


Macro Processor




Lecture note 12


A Case Study on UNIX a.out File Format




Lecture note 13


A Case Study on UNIX ELF File Format




Lecture note 14


Symbol Management in Linking




Lecture note 15


Statically Linked Shared Libraries




Lecture note 16


Dynamically linked Shared Libraries



1 comment:

  1. It's just very helpful for the delivery of the lectures on the operating systems.
    Provided if more example thing are available then would be more feasible for students to understand.

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