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Department of Information Technology

Computer Architecture 1 (Distance), Fall 2013

(7.5hp, Periods 1-2, 1DT016, Register for UU-11220)

Instructor: David Black-Schaffer (Office Hours: Wed 13-15, P1240)
Teaching Assistant: Muneeb Khan (Office Hours:)
Textbook: "Computer Organization & Design: The Hardware/Software Interface." Patterson and Hennesy. Revised 4th Edition, Morgan Kaufman 2007. (Earlier editions than the 4th edition do not contain the right material.)
Course Information: (in Swedish) This course will be provided online with the exception of the last review lecture before the final exam.

Goals: Describe function and construction of a computers components including control, memory and I/O system. Write simple assembly programs.
Contents: Von Neumann systems; RISC and CISC architectures; assembly programming; program execution and control; memory organization; I/O systems; CPU construction.
Teaching: Required: online lectures, practice problems, lab assignments, final exam.
Language: Lectures will be in English, but students are free to ask questions in Swedish.
Course Start: The course will start with the first lecture on September 2nd.

Students are expected to have read the syllabus for details pertaining to scheduling, late days, grading, and requirements.

A link to the course lectures and discussion forum will be posted through studentportalen a week before the start of the course.
The online course lectures are here.

Updated  2014-08-26 17:02:40 by Germán Ceballos.