CS 252 Syllabus Sp07

Computer Architecture: A Quantitative Approach, 4th Edition

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Instructor: John Kubiatowicz , Associate Professor 673 Soda Hall, 643-6817 [email protected] Office Hours: Monday, 1:00-2:30, 673 Soda Hall Teaching Assistant: TBA Location: Lecture: Mon/Wed 2:30-4:00 PM, 310 Soda Hall Catalog Description: Graduate survey of contemporary computer organizations covering: early systems, CPU design, instruction sets, control, processors, busses, ALU, memory, pipelined computers, multiprocessors, and case studies. Term paper or project required. Prerequisites: CS 152 , or equivalent. Three hours of lecture per week. Expanded Description: Computer architecture is a vibrant and ever changing field; this course will attempt to convey that to students. It focuses on the design and implementation of computer architectures, as well as techniques for analyzing and comparing alternative computer organizations. Students will learn about styles of computer implementation and organization from a historical and modern perspective. Traditional concepts such as
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CS 252 Syllabus Sp07 - Instructor John Kubiatowicz...

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