Lecture1 - EECS 312 Digital Integrated Circuits TTh 3:00...

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1 EECS 312 Lecture 1 EECS 312 Digital Integrated Circuits TTh 3:00 – 4:30 pm Prof. Michel Maharbiz maharbiz@eecs.umich.edu
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2 EECS 312 Lecture 1 Overview • Logistics – GSI intro, go over syllabus • Digital ICs are omnipresent • Applications, pictures • The first computers were huge and slow • How far have we come? – Trends of power, complexity, productivity – Moore’s law • Where are we headed and how we’ll get there What I expect you to learn in this class
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3 EECS 312 Lecture 1 Logistics 1 • Lecture Tuesday/Thursday 1303 EECS Website is at: ctools.umich.edu • Friday discussion sections GSI TBA – review lecture topics, go through examples, answer questions • Software labs – Accusim based – Will prepare you for future classes where Accusim is used – No set time for these labs – do on your own schedule – Labs to be distributed along the way
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4 EECS 312 Lecture 1 Logistics 2 Digital Integrated Circuits: A Design Perspective , 2 nd edition by Jan Rabaey, Anantha Chandrakasan, and Bora Nikolic Lecture notes will be posted online the night before class sessions Important: Lecture notes may often be missing crucial details. This is to encourage you to come to class and take notes! I will supplement this book with handouts from other sources throughout the semester
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5 EECS 312 Lecture 1 Grades, grades, grades… Roughly 9 homeworks and 5 software labs (+project) are a MAJOR part of your overall grade Homework 20% Software Labs (incl. Project) 25% 2 Midterm Exams 30% (15% each) Final Exam 25% Homework late policy : 24 hours with 30% penalty after that no credit
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course EECS 312 taught by Professor Maharbiz during the Fall '07 term at University of Michigan.

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