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Lecture01_2010

# Lecture01_2010 - ECE265.Wu.Lec1 Page 1 ECE 265 Introduction...

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ECE265.Wu.Lec1 Page 1 ECE 265: Introduction to Logic Design Instructed by: Porf Kaijie Wu Email: [email protected] Web: blackboard.uic.edu Office hour: 11:00 AM 12:00 PM Mon and Wed

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ECE265.Wu.Lec1 Page 2 Course Topic and Textbook Main Topic This course introduces Number Systems; Binary arithmetic; Boolean/Logic functions; Boolean Algebra; logic gates, function minimization, analysis and synthesis of combinational and sequential circuits. Textbook Fundamentals of Logic Design, 6 th edition , by Jr. Charles H. Roth, ISBN:0495471690 Most chapters of the book will be covered, some partially, some completely this semester. Additional material will be provided if needed. You also need to purchase the lab kits and manual at UIC bookstore (upstairs)
ECE265.Wu.Lec1 Page 3 Grading and Support Grading 7 homework, 7%; Late submission will NOT be accepted. 10 Labs + 1 presentation, 33%, Late submission will be discounted. Exam-1 15%, Exam-2 15% Final 30%. Attendance Attendance is required. Attendance will be recorded randomly during lectures. TA support: Yu Liu, [email protected] Kun Ma, [email protected]

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ECE265.Wu.Lec1 Page 4 Reminders A) Students are required to pay attention to the class and not disturb others by 1) coming to class on time, 2) staying in the classroom, not going out and coming back frequently, 3) not talking and 4) turning off / Mute their cell phones.
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