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1ECE 3140/CS 3420Computer OrganizationSi2009Spring 2009Hardware forMultiplicationECE3140/CS3420& DivisionAnnouncements•Project 2 due Today•Homework 3 will be posted todayDTM3 10 00– Due Tue., Mar 3, 10:00pm•Project 3 will be posted today– Due Tue., Mar 10, 10:00pm, but don’t delay starting!– If you need a partner, come up to front of room during break, after class, and/or post to newsgroup• Prelim 1ECE3140/CS3420•Prelim 1– March 12 @ 7:30pm, place TBDHennessy and Patterson•Read Chapter 1 – 1.1-1.9• Read Chapter 2Read Chapter 2 –2.1 through 2.14 –MIPS Calling Convention Document (website)– Notes on Programming in C (website)•Read Chapter 3–3.1 through 3.5• Read Appendices CECE3140/CS3420Read Appendices C–B.1-B.6, B.10, C.1-C.10•Read Chapter 4– 4.1 through 4.4 (for Thursday)3Academic Integrity•Academic Conduct (from Syllabus)–Refer to Cornell University’s Code of Academic Integrity when in doubt. Possession and/or use of another group’s code, past or present, is strictly prohibited. It is also the student’s responsibility to protect his or her work from unauthorized access. For example, do not discard copies of your programs in public places. Students implicated in cheating will receive a grade of “F” for the course, and disciplinary action may ensue with the Cornell Academic Integrity ECE3140/CS3420Board. We will not be sympathetic to claims of ignorance or misunderstanding of the rules.
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