A line segment is a part of a straight line bounded by two distinct end points, with a length given by the Euclidean distance between them. It can be open, closed or half-open, and is often denoted using a line above the symbols for the two endpoints. Line segments are commonly found in triangles and squares, as well as edges and diagonals of polygons and polyhedra.

UC Berkeley

Fall 2022

This course introduces operating systems design and related concepts. It covers topics like memory allocation, file systems, basic networking, transactions, and security. The course requires foundational knowledge in data structures, assembly language, C programming, and debugging. It aims to improve students' skills in debugging large programs and computational problem solving.

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