General Information:News: Course Name: 88-287: File Organization.
2 hours of lecutre, 1 hour of recitation (Semester A).
Lecturer: Dr. Ariel Frank.
TA: Raz Lin.
Teaching Hours and Locations:
88-287-05 Sun. 09:00-10:00, 212/415.
88-287-06 Sun. 10:00-11:00, 211/312.
88-287-07 Sun. 11:00-12:00, 211/KAMAT-010.
88-287-10 Mon. 09:00-10:00, 202/331.
88-287-11 Mon. 10:00-11:00, 202/331.
88-287-12 Mon. 12:00-13:00, 502/060.
Schedule and General Information
Recommended Textbook: "Unix system programming" by Keith Haviland, Dina Gray and Ben Salama
Recitation Notes:Note: The notes are in pdf format. In order to view them you need to acquire Adobe Acrobat Reader which is a freeware.
You can download it either from Adobe or from Tucows - Internet Zahav or Tucows - Netvision.
Tip: Viewing the pdf online might cause some problems in viewing the details on the pages. It's better to download the pdf files to your local hard-disk.
Formal Evaluation of File Organization: Formulas (partial) Summary (partial)
Review Questions - Part I Review Questions - Part II Review Questions - Compuatation Questions Review Questions - C-Shell
Please note that the questions in the review (part I and II) are easy ones.
Exercises:2002, Exercise #1: Implementation of the "uniq" command. Due Date: Dec. 25, 2001
2002, Exercise #2: Searching words using DFA. Due Date: Jan. 3, 2002
2002, Exercise #3 (Project): HTML Site Analysis. Due Date: Mar. 14, 2002
2002, Exercise #4: C-Shell. Due Date: Mar. 28, 2002.
2002, Theoretical Exercise #1: File Allocation. Due Dates: Dec. 16-17, 2001 Solution
2002, Theoretical Exercise #2. Due Dates: Dec. 30-31, 2001 Selected Solutions
2002, Theoretical Exercise #3. Due Date: Mar. 1, 2002 Selected Solutions