Lecture01 - ENGRD 2300 Introduction to Digital Logic Design...

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1 Fall 2009 ENGRD 2300 Introduction to Digital Logic Design Dr. Douglas Long School of Electrical and Computer Engineering Lecture 1: 1 Welcome! Instructor Information Dr. Douglas Long 204 Phillips Hall [email protected] 255-2451 Office Hours: TBD By appointment Lecture 1: 2
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2 Teaching Assistants Samuel Fanfan Raymond Chang Manan Sur Manan Suri Muhammed Adnan Office hours and contact information will be posted on Blackboard Lecture 1: 3 We may also have Graders for the homework Credits Prof. Evan Speight, Prof. Adam Bojanczyk, Dr. Wesley Swartz, Prof. Jose Martinez, Prof. David Albonesi Notes, laboratory ideas, drafts for many slides Lecture 1: 4
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3 Logistics Textbook: Digital Design, Principles and Practices (4th Edition) by John Wakerly Lectures: 203 Phillips Hall Tue, Thu: 11:40am – 12:55pm Labs: 238 Phillips Hall Mon, Tue, Wed: 1:25pm – 4:25pm Try to arrive on time! I’ll try to finish on time! Lecture 1: 5 Blackboard Announcements, lecture notes, homework solutions Will be online soon… Drop Boxes Homework ONLY Wed. Lab Mon Lab ONLY Lecture 1: 6 ONLY Tue Lab ONLY
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4 Grading Grade Computation Homework Sets: 10% Labs: 35% 2 In-class Exams: 30% (15% each) Final Exam: 25% All materials must have your Cornell Net ID written neatly at the top of the first page for Lecture 1: 7 grade entry Neatness counts, especially for your lab reports Exams Prelims (Evening) Tuesday, October 20, 2009 Tuesday, November 17, 2009 Closed everything (notes, book, etc.) Place TBA Final Exam Tuesday, December 15, 2009, 7:00-9:30PM Lecture 1: 8 Closed everything (notes, book, etc.) Place TBA Mark your calendars now!
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5 Labs Labs start Monday, September 7 No labs next week! The prelab is where you do your design Prelabs due Friday 1:30pm of the week prior to the lab Some labs will require additional design work between the prelab and the lab. The time in the lab is when you implement and test the design you created for your prelab Lecture 1: 9 The lab is not for creating the design You will be assigned a lab partner No changing lab sections without approval from me (and with a very good excuse) Computer Aided Design Tools Quartus II Design, Simulation, and Interaction with Lab FPGA Instructions forthcoming on Blackboard Learn how to use it for first lab ESPRESSO Logic Reduction Software Does some of the design for you!
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