CSE 2101 COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND DESIGN[3 1 0 4 Pre...

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CSE 2101 COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND DESIGN [3 1 0 4] Pre requisites: Basic understanding about Digital Circuit. Course Objectives: To summarize the fundamental concepts of the organization of a computer. To analyze taxonomy of Execution, Processor, Memory and I/O Units. Course Outcomes: Outline of Computer Hardware and Software, Methodology of machine instructions, addressing techniques and instruction sequencing. Relate typical components of EU, GPR, ALU Dedicated Hardware and their design to perform arithmetic operations, designing the control unit. Describe about the basics of memory design, design of computer systems, typical I/O techniques. 1. BASIC STRUCTURE OF COMPUTERS Computer types, Functional units, Basic operational concepts, Number Representation and Arithmetic Operations, Character Representation, nPerformance, Problems (1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5, 1.6, 1.9 of Textbook 1) (3 hrs) 2. INST RUCTION SET ARCHITECTURE Memory locations and addresses, Memory operations, Instructions and Instruction
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