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Lecture 31
Programmable Logic Devices

Lecture 11
Memory

Lecture 12
Memory Organization

Lecture 13
Virtual Memory and Memory Management Unit

Lecture 14
Bus Structure (Part 1)

Lecture 15
Bus Structure (Part 2)

Lecture 21
Hierarchical Memory Organisation (Part 1)

Lecture 22
Hierarchical Memory Organisation (Part 2)

Lecture 23
Hierarchical Memory Organisation (Part 3)

Lecture 24
Hierarchical Memory Organisation (Part 4)

Lecture 25
Cache Optimisation Techniques (Part 1)

Lecture 26
Cache Optimisation Techniques (Part 2)

Lecture 27
Main Memory Organisation

Lecture 28
Main Memory Optimisations

Lecture 29
Virtual Memory (Part 1)

Lecture 30
Virtual Memory (Part 2)

Lecture 32
Storage Technology (Part 1)

Lecture 33
Storage Technology (Part 2)

Lecture 37
Multi-threading & Multi-processing

Lecture 38
Simultaneous Multi-threading

Lecture 39
Symmetric Multiprocessors

Lecture 40
Distributed Memory Multiprocessors

Lecture 30
Instruction Scheduling (Part 3)

Lecture 31
Software Pipelining

Lecture 32
Energy-Aware Software Systems (Part 1)

Lecture 33
Energy-Aware Software Systems (Part 2)

Lecture 34
Energy-Aware Software Systems (Part 3)

Lecture 4
Dictionaries

Lecture 1
Overview

Lecture 2
Storage, Processing, Networking

Lecture 3
Naming and Storing

Lecture 4
Storage File Systems

Lecture 5
Access Architecture, Hard Disks

Lecture 6
SCSI

Lecture 7
Fibre Channel Protocol

Lecture 8
FCP, 10Gb Ethernet, iSCSI, TCP

Lecture 9
NFS, NFSv2

Lecture 10
NFSv2, NFSv3, NFSv4, CIFS

Lecture 11
USB Storage

Lecture 12
Tiering

Lecture 13
Mobile/Personal/Organisational - Type Storage

Lecture 14
Parallel/Cloud/Web-scale Storage

Lecture 15
Long-term Storage

Lecture 16
Storage Interfaces

Lecture 17
User-Memory-CPU Interactions

Lecture 18
Spinlock, Concurrency

Lecture 19
Block Layer Design

Lecture 20
FAT, TFAT, F2FS, LFS, FTL

Lecture 21
Data Structures

Lecture 22
Abstractions

Lecture 23
Link and Write Operations

Lecture 24
ZFS

Lecture 25
RAID in File Systems

Lecture 26
RAID-Z, NetApp RAID4, Flash File Systems

Lecture 27
Reliability

Lecture 28
Performance

Lecture 29
Security

Lecture 30
CAP Theorem

Lecture 31
POSIX/NFS/S3/Zookeeper, ACID vs BASE

Lecture 32
Consistency & Commit Problems

Lecture 34
Group Communication Problem

Lecture 35
Message Ordering

Lecture 36
Ordering Models

Lecture 37
Orderings in File Systems

Lecture 38
Semantics of Highly Scalable File Systems

Lecture 33
Paxos

Lecture 39
GFS

Lecture 40
GFS Model

Lecture 41
GFS Functions and Operations

Lecture 42
GFS Problems, BigTable

Lecture 43
Lessons to learn
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