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ECSE-2610 Co mputer C omponents & O perations (CoCO) Fall 2006 Part 1: Introduction and Syllabus
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1. Introduce the fundamental concepts of digital logic and computer systems including Number systems and their representation Operation in binary and Boolean algebra 2. Introduce the basic techniques to analyze and design digital logic circuits , including Combinational circuits Sequential circuits 3. Provide experience designing, modeling, and building digital logic circuits. Course Objectives
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Instructors Prof. George Nagy Email: [email protected] Phone: 518-276-6078 Office: JEC 6020 Office hours: Tuesday 12-2 and by appointment. http://www.ecse.rpi.edu/homepages/nagy/ Prof. Kenneth S. Vastola Email: [email protected] Phone: 518-276-6074 Office: JEC 6024 Office hours: Wednesday 1-3 and by appointment. http://networks.ecse.rpi.edu/~vastola/
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Course Components Lectures twice a week 10am-11:50, Monday and Thursday. In Amos Eaton 214. 2-hr Studio sessions once a week In JEC 6309 and/or JEC 6314.
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