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  1. Kernel Architecture 25% developed  as of Oktober 25, 2008
    1. Monolithic Kernel 75% developed  as of Oktober 25, 2008
      1. Solaris
      2. Linux
      3. Windows 9x
    2. Microkernel 50% developed  as of Oktober 25, 2008
      1. GNU Hurd
      2. MINIX 3
      3. QNX
    3. Exokernel 25% developed  as of Oktober 25, 2008
      1. XOK
    4. Hybrid Kernel 0% developed  as of Oktober 25, 2008
  2. Initialization 25% developed  as of Oktober 25, 2008
    1. Bootloader
    2. Hardware Initialization
  3. Processes 50% developed  as of Oktober 25, 2008
    1. Interrupts 25% developed  as of Oktober 25, 2008
    2. Context Switching 25% developed  as of Oktober 25, 2008
    3. Scheduling 25% developed  as of Oktober 25, 2008
      1. First Come First Served
      2. Shortest Process Next
      3. Shortest Remaining Time
      4. Round Robin Scheduling
      5. Pre-Emption
      6. Priority Scheduling
    4. Concurrent Processing 0% developed  as of Oktober 25, 2008
      1. Deadlock
      2. Livelock
    5. Interprocess Communication 0% developed  as of Oktober 25, 2008
      1. Signals
      2. Semaphores
        1. Monitors
      3. Shared Memory
    6. Threads (Lightweight Processes) 0% developed  as of Oktober 25, 2008
    7. Fibers (Lightweight Threads) 0% developed  as of Oktober 25, 2008
  4. Memory Management 0% developed  as of Oktober 25, 2008
    1. Physical Memory 0% developed  as of Oktober 25, 2008
    2. Segmentation 0% developed  as of Oktober 25, 2008
    3. Virtual Memory 0% developed  as of Oktober 25, 2008
      1. Paging
      2. Swapping
    4. Basics 0% developed  as of Oktober 25, 2008
      1. Allocation Algorithms
    5. Fault Tolerance 0% developed  as of Oktober 25, 2008
  5. File Systems 25% developed  as of Oktober 25, 2008
    1. Abstractions 0% developed  as of Oktober 25, 2008
    2. Allocation Algorithms 0% developed  as of Oktober 25, 2008
      1. Performance
    3. Fault Tolerance 0% developed  as of Oktober 25, 2008
      1. RAID
      2. Moving Bad Blocks
      3. Journalling
    4. Case Studies 0% developed  as of Oktober 25, 2008
      1. File Allocation Table (FAT)
      2. BFS
      3. ext3
      4. ReiserFS
      5. HFS
      6. NTFS
      7. ZFS
  6. Security 0% developed  as of Oktober 25, 2008
    1. Access Controls
      1. Users
      2. Resources
    2. Privileges
  7. Interface 50% developed  as of Oktober 25, 2008
    1. Command line interfaces 50% developed  as of Oktober 25, 2008
    2. Graphical user interfaces 50% developed  as of Oktober 25, 2008
      1. Desktop environment
      2. Configuration tools
      3. User Ability



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