Project Oberon: The Design of an Operating System and Compiler

ACM Press, 1992 - 548 Seiten
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Presents the results of Project Oberon: an entire software environment for a modern workstation created by the authors during 1986-89. The primary goal of the project was to design and implement a system from scratch and to structure it in such a way that it could be described, explained, and unders

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Excellent book, which docuents a small but powerfull operating system designed and implemented by two part-time programmers (in the other half being professors for computer science) Niklaus Wirt and Jürg Gutknecht. The authors describe their design decisions and fully document their implementation. The book is out of print, but an ebook of the original is available at Wirth's homepage The original was implemented on a NS32000 cpu, but Niklaus Wirth implemented the same system during 20012/2013 on FPGA and published a revised ebook edition including the processor design at 


Historical background and motivation
Basic concepts and structure of the system
The tasking system

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