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Operating Systems: Three Easy Pieces

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Operating Systems: Three Easy Pieces
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Publisher: University of Wisconsin
Number of pages: 717

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The three easy pieces refer to the three major thematic elements the book is organized around: virtualization, concurrency, and persistence. In discussing these concepts, we'll end up discussing most of the important things an operating system does.

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