CDA3101SyllabusSpring2008 - CDA 3101 INTRODUCTION TO...

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CDA 3101: INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER ORGANIZATION (Spring 2008) Course Description Credits: 3; Pre-requisite: CIS 3020 or CIS 3023; MAC 2233, MAC 2311, or MAC 3472, basic knowledge of C Programming. Organization of computing systems. Logical basis of computer structure. Machine representation of instructions and data, flow of control, and basic machine instructions. Assembly language programming. Class Times and Location Day Period Time Location Lecture MWF 6 12:50-1:40 pm CSE E119 Wednesday 9 4:05-4:55 pm CSE E220 Discussion Thursday 5 11:45am-12:35 pm CSE E220 Instructor Dr. Seema Bandyopadhyay Office: CSE E508 Phone: 352 392-9598 Office Hours: Wednesday, 2:00 – 4:00 pm Email: Use E-Learning Email Course Website This course is administered on E-Learning, which can be found at . You can login in with your gatorlink username and password and then click on CDA3101. Homework, announcements, and grades will all be posted on E-Learning. Textbooks Required: Patterson, David A. and Hennessy, John L. Computer Organization and Design . 3 rd ed. Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, San Francisco, CA. Recommended: Britton, Robert L. MIPS Assembly Language Programming . Pearson Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ. ISBN: 0-13-142044-5.
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Detailed Course Outline The course will evolve as the semester progresses but tentatively the course will cover chapters 1 through 7, and appendices A and B of the text. Not all sections of each chapter
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