This course provides students with the essentials of a computer network, in addition to advanced topics related to this filed. The students study the network infrastructure, devices and principles of operation.
Also in this course, students study Information security including types of viruses and spyware programs such as worms and Trojan horses. The course introduces different types of threats and the expected risks when connecting to the Internet and how to terminate them. It also identifies authentication methods such as passwords and cryptography basics to satisfy best level of security.
- Study about the basic concepts underlying operating systems.
- How typical operating system works.
- Description of operating systems’ functions and design...
- Analyzing the algorithms used in the virtual memory management.
- Understanding non-distributed operating systems.
- Discussing the algorithms used in the input and output file management.
- Understanding Synchronization
- Identifying the meaning and deadlock
- Understanding the main memory and virtual memory management.
- Learning about Device Manager and File Manager.
- Application on Windows 7, Windows Server, Linux
- Defining operating systems
- Structuring computer systems and operating systems
- Concept of operations and threads.
- Scheduling CPU methods
- The meaning of deadlock in operating systems
- Types of memories (main/secondary memory) and ways to handle them
- Device Management
- File Management
- Distributed systems.
- Identify the operating systems: Windows 7, Windows Server, Linux,
- Installing and managing all of these systems
Course ID: MIS432
|Credit hours||Theory||Practical||Laboratory||Lecture||Studio||Contact hours||Pre-requisite||4.50||4.50||4.5||MIS231|