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CS 33: Computer Organization Glenn Glenn Reinman Reinman 731D oelter all 4731D 4731D Boelter Boelter Hall Hall reinman@cs.ucla.edu s: Anton Anton Birkel Birkel abirkel@ucla.edu Zhe Zhe Chen Chen zhechen@cs.ucla.edu TAs: Kanit Kanit Therdsteerasukdi Therdsteerasukdi therste@ucla.edu Zhenkai Zhenkai Zhu Zhu zhenkai@cs.ucla.edu Some notes adopted from Bryant and O’Hallaron
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Course Components •Lec tures – Higher level concepts • Discussions pplied concepts, important tools and skills for labs, Applied concepts, important tools and skills for labs, clarification of lectures, exam coverage bs Labs –The heart of the course rovide in epth understanding of an aspect of systems – Provide in depth understanding of an aspect of systems – Programming and measurement
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More Info •Web – Class web page hosted by CourseWeb –Cop ies of lectures, assignments, exams, solutions – Forum • Office Hours xtbook • Textbook – Randal E. Bryant and David R. O’Hallaron. “Computer stems: A Programmer’s Perspective” nd dition Systems: A Programmer s Perspective , 2 Edition , Prentice Hall 2010.
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Grading •Exams (45%) – Two in class exams (15% each) –F ina l (15%) – All exams are open book/open notes. •Labs (50%) labs (10% each) 5 labs (10% each) –You must work alone on all labs omework (5%) • Homework (5%) –5 assignments (1% each) – Electronic submission only
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Tentative Calendar Week M T W R F 1I n t r o + Labs (1) Bits and Bytes (2) tegers (2) oating oint (2) ata Lab Due 2 Integers (2) Floating Point (2) Data Lab Due 3H W #1 Due Machine Level Rep (3) Machine Level Rep (3) 4H W #2 Due Machine Level Rep (3) Code Optimization (5) Bomb Lab Due 5H W #3 Due Code Optimization (5) Exam #1 6M e m o r y (6) Concurrency (12+handouts) Buffer Lab Due 7H W #4 Due Concurrency (12+handouts) Concurrency (12+handouts) 8E x a m #2 I/O (10) Cache Lab Due W #5 Due irtual emory (9) nking + xceptions (7 8) 9 HW #5 Due Virtual Memory (9) Linking + Exceptions (7,8) 10 MIPS (handouts) Review CUDA Lab Due • Homework and Labs Due via CourseWeb by Midnight
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Cheating •Wha t is cheating? – Sharing code: either by copying, retyping, looking at, or supplying a copy of a file.
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