L01_Introduction to CS232 & Bit-wise Logical and Shifting

L01_Introduction to CS232 & Bit-wise Logical and Shifting

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1 CS232: Computer Architecture II Spring 2010 AMD dual-core Opteron
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2 Who we are Lecturer : Prof. Viraj Kumar kumar@illinois.edu Visiting Lecturer Office hours: Friday 4pm to 5pm and by email, 2211 SC Teaching Assistants/Section Instructor : Room 0212 SC Ryan Cunningham rcunnin2@illinois.edu Thu. Pm (lab) Abner Guzman Rivera aguzman5@illinois.edu Thu. Pm (lab) Arushi Aggarwal aggarwa4@illinois.edu Fri. 10-11am Pritam Sukumar sukumar2@illinois.edu Thu. 10-11am MPs released on Friday, (usually) due next Friday
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3 Graded work Five or six MPs, builds towards SPIMbot Tournament, 25% of grade — You can work individually, or in groups of 2 or 3 — Submit something that can be tested by the deadline — I’ll email you feedback (using an auto-grader) within 24 hours — You can resubmit for full credit 48 hours after the deadline Three Wednesday evening Midterms, 15% each — Exam 1: 2/24 ; Exam 2: 3/17 ; Exam 3: 4/21 (tentative) Final, cumulative, date to be decided: 25% Section attendance: 5%
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4 Computer architecture
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This note was uploaded on 03/04/2010 for the course CS 373 taught by Professor Kuma during the Spring '10 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

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L01_Introduction to CS232 & Bit-wise Logical and Shifting

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