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first fit and LRU algorithms (OS)
Bid Request Id: 4111
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Posted by: alzoub1 (47 ratings)
(Software buyer rating 9.95)
Non-action Ratio: Very Good - 5.77%
Posted: Oct 25, 2001
1:44:25 PM EDT
Bidding Closes: Oct 28, 2001
1:49:02 PM EDT
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Max Accepted Bid: Bidding is closed
Project Type: Personal Project / Homework Help
Bidding Type: Open Auction
Categories: C++ / C
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Description:
Note that each page is 100 bytes in length and the job is allocated 3 frames (i.e. f0..f2) in memory.
"First-fit" placement strategy is used to place a new page in memory and
"LRU" replacement strategy is used to replace an old page from memory.


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The objective of this assignment is to give you an opportunity to simulate some of the operations normally found in a paged computer system.

The assignment is to write a program in C++ to simulate the following operations:

(1) reference: used to indicate that a virtual address in a program is referenced.

command: r a
where r = reference, a = virtual address. The virtual address range is 0 .. 999.

(2) print: used to print the contents of page table or memory.

command: p x
where p = print, x = p or m. If x = p, the contents of page table are displayed on the screen. If x = m, the contents of memory are displayed on the screen.

Note that each page is 100 bytes in length and the job is allocated 3 frames (i.e. f0..f2) in memory.
"First-fit" placement strategy is used to place a new page in memory and
"LRU" replacement strategy is used to replace an old page from memory.

You can use any data structures you like to implement the program. You can also use either the clock value approach or the stack approach to implement the LRU replacement algorithm. But it is required that you use only the LRU replacement algorithm to replace pages.

The following shows a scenario of running the program, where user's input data is represented in boldface:

>cpsc435p3 {an executable file}
program starts running .......
please enter a command:r 276
please enter a commnad:r 18
please enter a command:r 281
please enter a command:r 987
please enter a command:r 695
please enter a command:r 409


please enter a command:p p
page 4 is in frame 0
page 6 is in frame 1
page 9 is in frame 2
please enter a command:p m
frame 0 contains page 4
frame 1 contains page 6
frame 2 contains page 9
please enter a command:q
>




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10/30/2001

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Hardwired
(22 ratings)
in IASI, IASI
Romania
Bid id: 40,105
 
$15 (USD) Oct 26, 2001
10:40:45 AM EDT
 8.4
(Very Good)
   
I can send it to you very fast because I already made something like this for one of my exams. It will be no prob to rewrite it.
I'll send you in a day.
Please accept my bid , fast, so I could start working.
Thank you,
Hardwired
 
 
 
 
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Hardwired
(22 ratings)
in IASI, IASI
Romania
Bid id: 40,251
 
N/A Oct 26, 2001
3:40:38 PM EDT
 8.4
(Very Good)
   
Ok... I've sent an e-mail to the administrators of the site to look at thye problem.
What you can do is to try again accepting my bid.
Maybe this time will work.
Thank you anyway for the good news that you accept it.
Hardwired\
 




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