Section 1 : Introduction

Lecture 1 INTRODUCTION TO BRAINMEASURES PROCTOR SYSTEM Pdf
Lecture 2 About Certification Pdf

Section 2 : Introduction to Operating Systems

Lecture 3 Introduction to Computer Systems 11:5
Lecture 4 How hardware devices work together 6:55
Lecture 5 Need for Operating Systems from scratch 8:53
Lecture 6 How Input and Output devices work together 16:36

Section 3 : Operating System Concepts

Lecture 7 Program vs Process, States of a process 9:25
Lecture 8 Degree of Multiprogramming 5:30
Lecture 9 Types of Operating Systems 11:54
Lecture 10 An Important point to note 1:31
Lecture 11 About Proctor Testing Pdf

Section 4 : CPU Scheduling Algorithms - SJF, SRTF, FCFS

Lecture 12 Types of scheduler, Context switching 11:24
Lecture 13 Various times of a process 11:29
Lecture 14 Types of Scheduling Algorithms 8:37
Lecture 15 SJF Scheduling Algorithm 9:22
Lecture 16 SJF Example 1 9:18
Lecture 17 SJF Example 2 5:58
Lecture 18 Shortest Remaining Time First Scheduling Algorithm 15:39
Lecture 19 Response time explained with example 13:44
Lecture 20 SRTF assignment problem Text
Lecture 21 SRTF assignment problem solution 5:23
Lecture 22 Response Time example 2 1:21
Lecture 23 SRTF assignment problem 2 Text
Lecture 24 SRTF assignment problem 2 solution 4:55
Lecture 25 First Come First Served Scheduling Algorithm 7:18
Lecture 26 FCFS with Context Switching overhead 10:0

Section 5 : Comparision of FCFS, SJF and SRTF - Advantages and Disadvantages

Lecture 27 Starvation 13:6
Lecture 28 Convoy Effect 10:35
Lecture 29 Practical Implementation 2:44
Lecture 30 Throughput

Section 6 : CPU Scheduling Algorithms - LJF, LRTF, Priority-based, HRRN

Lecture 31 Longest Job First Scheduling Algorithm 6:25
Lecture 32 LJF Example 1 5:17
Lecture 33 Longest Remaining Time First Scheduling Algorithm 2:12
Lecture 34 LRTF Example 1 5:4
Lecture 35 LRTF Example 2 3:9
Lecture 36 LRTF Example 2 continuation 2:42
Lecture 37 Round Robin Scheduling Algorithm 3:46
Lecture 38 RR Example 1 10:35
Lecture 39 RR Example 2
Lecture 40 RR Important Observations
Lecture 41 Advantages and Limitations of RR Algorithm 4:59
Lecture 42 Non Preemptive Priority based Scheduling Algorithm 7:39
Lecture 43 Preemptive Priority based Scheduling Algorithm 4:37
Lecture 44 Preemptive Priority based Scheduling Algorithm Continuation 3:32
Lecture 45 SRTF with processes requiring CPU and IO time 2 12:27
Lecture 46 Priority based scheduling with processes requiring CPU and IO time
Lecture 47 Highest Response Ratio Next Scheduling Algorithm 8:35
Lecture 48 HRRN Example 6:17
Lecture 49 Process State Diagram 9:41
Lecture 50 Suspend Ready State and Suspend IO state 9:14
Lecture 51 Dispatcher 3:55

Section 7 : Basics of Number System

Lecture 52 Basics of Binary Numbers
Lecture 53 Basics of Binary Numbers Text

Section 8 : Memory Allocation Techniques

Lecture 54 Basics of Memory Allocation 12:33
Lecture 55 Contiguous Allocation vs Non Contiguous Allocation 5:40
Lecture 56 Fixed Partitioning 9:59
Lecture 57 Variable Partitioning 10:26
Lecture 58 Memory Allocation Algorithms 12:2
Lecture 59 Problem 6:53
Lecture 60 Problem continued 3:37
Lecture 61 Important point to note 4:57
Lecture 62 Problem 9:15
Lecture 63 Binary addressing revisited 14:9
Lecture 64 Example to explain binary addressing concepts 6:10
Lecture 65 Need for paging 11:4