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An Economic Gardening Project in Michigan: Libraries as Strategic Partners in Local Economic Development Efforts Barbara

An Economic Gardening Project in Michigan: Libraries as Strategic Partners in Local Economic Development Efforts Barbara

An Economic Gardening Project in Michigan: Libraries as Strategic Partners in Local Economic Development Efforts Barbara Fails – MSU Land Policy Institute Liz Kudwa – Capital Area District Library Laura Leavitt – MSU Business Library Nicolette Sosulski – Portage District Library

By Mia_John
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UNIX

UNIX

UNIX. Jehan-François Pâris jfparis@uh.edu. Why UNIX?. First OS that was portable was written in a “ high-level ” language (C) allowed its users to access—and modify—its source code Ideal platform for OS research Offers unsurpassed tools Has influenced all recent systems.

By fia
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TUNING

TUNING

TUNING. Office of the Accountant General (A&E) Andhra Pradesh Hyderabad. Tuning. When is tuning necessary? Only if you feel that application is not running fast enough What is to be tuned? Oracle database Application Operating system Network . Tuning Goals.

By azura
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Other Disk Details

Other Disk Details

Other Disk Details. Disk Formatting. After manufacturing disk has no information Is stack of platters coated with magnetizable metal oxide Before use, each platter receives low-level format Format has series of concentric tracks Each track contains some sectors

By kentaro
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Memory Allocation

Memory Allocation

Memory Allocation. Three kinds of memory. Fixed memory Stack memory Heap memory. Fixed address memory. Executable code Global variables Constant structures that don’t fit inside a machine instruction. (constant arrays, strings, floating points, long integers etc.) Static variables.

By JasminFlorian
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US Presidents

US Presidents

US Presidents. George Washington (1789-1797) No party. Economy: Hamilton established BUS Foreign Policy: No foreign entanglements (no long term alliances in peacetime) Jay‘s treaty (British leaves forts on US soil, British damages maritime US losses)

By bozica
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Instructor: Justin Hsia

Instructor: Justin Hsia

CS 61C: Great Ideas in Computer Architecture Memory Management and Usage. Instructor: Justin Hsia. Review of Last Lecture. Arrays Traverse using pointer or array syntax If characters, call them “strings” and null-terminate

By yosefu
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Querying XML

Querying XML

Querying XML . Sameer S. Pradhan. The Problem (DBMS Vs Docs). 3-level hierarchy: table, record and field Order is not part of the information Strings in separate fields are separate Location of data is not generally significant

By johnna
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Instructors: Dave O’Hallaron, Greg Ganger, and Greg Kesden

Instructors: Dave O’Hallaron, Greg Ganger, and Greg Kesden

Dynamic Memory Allocation: Advanced Concepts 15-213 / 18-213: Introduction to Computer Systems 19 th Lecture, Nov. 1, 2012. Instructors: Dave O’Hallaron, Greg Ganger, and Greg Kesden. Today. Explicit free lists Segregated free lists Garbage collection

By corina
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[2011-2] 시스템 프로그래밍 Class 11 : Dynamic Memory Allocation: Advanced Concepts

[2011-2] 시스템 프로그래밍 Class 11 : Dynamic Memory Allocation: Advanced Concepts

[2011-2] 시스템 프로그래밍 Class 11 : Dynamic Memory Allocation: Advanced Concepts. 담당교수 : 최 윤 정 2011. 11. 1. Today. Explicit free lists Segregated free lists Garbage collection Memory-related perils and pitfalls. Keeping Track of Free Blocks. 5. 4. 6. 2. 5. 4. 6. 2.

By damisi
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Chapter 17 Free-Space Management

Chapter 17 Free-Space Management

Chapter 17 Free-Space Management. Chien -Chung Shen CIS, UD cshen@cis.udel.edu. Problem. In malloc library or within OS itself Fixed-sized units vs. variable-sized units External fragmentation free space gets chopped into little pieces of different sizes and is thus fragmented

By eshana
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Instructors: Dave O’Hallaron, Greg Ganger, and Greg Kesden

Instructors: Dave O’Hallaron, Greg Ganger, and Greg Kesden

Dynamic Memory Allocation: Advanced Concepts 15-213 / 18-213: Introduction to Computer Systems 19 th Lecture, Nov. 3, 2011. Instructors: Dave O’Hallaron, Greg Ganger, and Greg Kesden. Today. Explicit free lists Segregated free lists Garbage collection Memory-related perils and pitfalls.

By marnie
(114 views)

Memory Allocation

Memory Allocation

Memory Allocation. Three kinds of memory. Fixed memory Stack memory Heap memory. Fixed address memory. Global variables Constant structures that don’t fit inside a machine instruction. (constant arrays, strings, floating points, long integers etc.) Function starting addresses

By raquel
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Dynamic Memory Allocation II November 3, 2006

Dynamic Memory Allocation II November 3, 2006

Dynamic Memory Allocation II November 3, 2006. 15-213 “The course that gives CMU its Zip!”. Topics Explicit doubly-linked free lists Segregated free lists Garbage collection Review of pointers Memory-related perils and pitfalls. class19.ppt. Keeping Track of Free Blocks.

By myra
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Dynamic Memory Allocation II

Dynamic Memory Allocation II

Dynamic Memory Allocation II. Topics Explicit doubly-linked free lists Segregated free lists Review of pointers Memory-related perils and pitfalls. Summary of Key Allocator Policies. Placement policy: First fit, next fit, best fit, etc. Trades off lower throughput for less fragmentation

By ksena
(109 views)

File Systems Implementation

File Systems Implementation

File Systems Implementation. Recap. What we have covered: User-level view of FS Storing files: contiguous, linked list, memory table, FAT, I-nodes Directories: all attributes in table, variable name length, search Sharing files: hard and soft links

By tavia
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File Drivers and I/O Caching

File Drivers and I/O Caching

File Drivers and I/O Caching. A Typical Unix File Tree. Each volume is a set of directories and files; a host’s file tree is the set of directories and files visible to processes on a given host. /. File trees are built by grafting volumes from different volumes or from network servers.

By jenna
(86 views)

CS 3204 Operating Systems

CS 3204 Operating Systems

CS 3204 Operating Systems. Godmar Back. Lecture 23. Announcements. Project 4 Help Session Monday 6-8pm room TBD. Filesystems. Consistency & Logging. Filesystems & Managing Faults. Filesystem’s promise: Persistence Defined behavior in the presence of faults Need Failure Model

By ricky
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Chapter 9. File System Implementation

Chapter 9. File System Implementation

Chapter 9. File System Implementation. Introduction System V File System Berkeley Fast File System Temporary File System Special-purpose File Systems Old Buffer Cache. Introduction. Two local general-purpose file systems System V file system (s5fs) Berkeley fast file system (FFS) S5fs

By sachi
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Parallel Memory Allocation

Parallel Memory Allocation

Parallel Memory Allocation. Steven Saunders. Introduction. Fallacy : All dynamic memory allocators are either scalable , effective or efficient ... Truth : no allocator exists that handles all situations, allocation patterns and memory hierarchies best (serial or parallel)

By oma
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