Developed by Michael Kifer and Scott A. Smolka of SUNY at Stony Brook, OSP helps you understand operating system concepts by allowing you to implement modules of an actual system, each of which performs a basic operating system service. OSP is driven by a sophisticated simulator that creates the illusion of a dynamically evolving collection of user processes to be multiprogrammed. The simulator automatically detects many logical errors in your programs. This OSP Programmers and User's Manual provides all the information you need to complete programming projects, including a section on getting started, an overview of the architecture of OSP, a reference section, and a user's guide that explains how to compile and run your programs. 0201548879B04062001Kifer, Michael is the author of 'Osp An Environment for Operating System Projects', published 1991 under ISBN 9780201548877 and ISBN 0201548879.