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Unformatted text preview: CPSC 121 Lecture 25 March 11, 2009 Menu March 11, 2009 Topics: A Simple Computer (contd) Lab 7 prep Reading: Today: Lab 7 in PDF format Supplementary Handouts (see below) Reminders: Assignment 3 due Friday, March 13 (by 17:00) In-class (30 minute) Quiz 2 Wednesday, March 18 Midterm, Marked Assignment 2 available in tutorials solutions posted to Sample Solutions area of the course WebCT site Lab 7 week of March 1620 READ the WebCT Vista course announcements board A Simple Computer Instead of designing a new circuit for each new problem, we will: 1. Implement a FSM that executes a sequence of instructions which are its input 2. Design a relatively small number of instructions that we can combine to solve many, many problems 3. Solve different tasks by changing the sequence of input instructions, not the circuit With this, we will have achieved, Big Idea #4: Universality (although it is beyond the scope of CPSC 121 to prove formally that we have achieved this) Today, we continue our look at the simple computer used in Lab 7. Reference materials are the Lab 7 handout in PDF format and the supplementary handouts already included with Lecture 24 (links to which are repeated here).and the supplementary handouts already included with Lecture 24 (links to which are repeated here)....
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This note was uploaded on 01/09/2010 for the course CPSC 121 taught by Professor Belleville during the Spring '08 term at The University of British Columbia.

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