Fa08Syllabus - Fall 2008 Syllabus EE 101 Introduction to...

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Fall 2008 Syllabus EE 101 Redekopp Introduction to Digital Logic Abstract: This course introduces digital logic design basics which are fundamental to all computers and other digital hardware. Number systems, Boolean algebra, and analysis and design of combinational and sequential circuits are covered. Practical design techniques along with theory and principles will be taught. Focus will be put on paper-pencil design techniques as opposed to computer aided design (which is covered in future courses). Instructor Info: Instructor: Office: Mark Redekopp EEB 222 Office Hours: M,W: 9 11:30, 2-3 T,Th: 11-12 F: by appt. E-mail: redekopp@usc.edu Office Phone: (213) 740-6006 TA ’s and Grader Info: TA: Sharad Rao Damoon Moazen Grader: Rui “Andy” Zhang Damon Moazen Office: EEB 106 Office: EEB 106 Office Hours: Sharad: TBA Moazen: TBA Office Hours: By appt. E-mail: rsharad@usc.edu moazen@usc.edu E-mail: zhangr@usc.edu moazen@usc.edu Course Materials and Info: URL (Blackboard): http://blackboard.usc.edu (use your e-mail username and password) Class Notes (Required): Available at the Bookstore Textbook (Recommended): “Digital Design Principles and Practices” 4 th Edition, by J.F. Wakerly (ISBN: 0131733494) Grading Policy: Homework & Labs 25% (lowest HW thrown out) 2 Quizzes 20% Midterm 23% Final Exam 30% Office visit 2% Homeworks : Homeworks are your key to learning . Only by doing problems on your own will you develop the logic skills and understanding to perform well on exams. Experience has shown that those who did the work on their own, asking questions when they did not understand, did best. You are expected to present your own work with your own creative solutions. Homework should be done
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