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Introduction

  • M. R. M. Dunsmuir
  • G. J. Davies
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Part of the Macmillan Computer Science Series book series (COMPSS)

Abstract

One of the most difficult steps to take in understanding the functioning of modern computer systems is crossing the divide between familiarity with the timesharing environment and a full comprehension of the system interface software which supports it.

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Further Reading

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  • G. J. Davies

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