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This course will examine topics in the design, implementation, and evaluation of storage systems. Topics include the memory hierarchy; ways that data is organized (both logically and physically); storage hardware and its influence on storage software designs; data structures; performance models; and system measurement/evaluation. Readings will be taken from recent technical literature, and an emphasis will be placed on identifying and evaluating design trade-offs.
Grading: no pass/fail option,
no fifth course option
problem sets, programming assignments, and midterm and final examinations
CSCI 136; CSCI 237 or permission of instructor
current Computer Science majors, students with research experience or interest
This course will have students develop quantitative/formal reasoning skills through problem sets and programming assignments.