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Ramesh Yerraballi 1-1 EE 306 Introduction to Computing Chapter 1: Welcome Aboard 
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Ramesh Yerraballi 1-2 Outline Syllabus Handout Electronic copy on Blackboard Blackboard Course website; Announcements, Forums; Grades;  Email Discussion Session - Fridays This week: attend the session you registered for Learning Objectives 
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Ramesh Yerraballi 1-3 Course Summary Data Representation - Bits, Integers, ASCII, Floating  Point. Arithmetic Nuts and Bolts - Transistors, Gates, Registers,  Memory.  Combinatorial and Sequential Logic - Computers as  Finite State Machines Little Computer, LC-3 - Architecture Programming the LC-3 - Assembly Language More Programming - I/O, TRAP, Subroutines, Stacks,  Recursion
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Ramesh Yerraballi 1-4 Computer Systems Questions: What do Computers do?
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Ch1 - EE306 IntroductiontoComputing Chapter1:WelcomeAboard...

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