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University of Florida EEL 3701—Fall 2007 Dr. H. Lam, A. Arroyo & E. Schwartz SYLLABUS 3-Oct-07 Page 1/6 Revision 7 TA Office hours in NEB 212 TA name Terence Frederick , Jr. John Kurien Zach Fuchs Marisha Rawlins office hour Fri, Period 5 Fri, Period 8 Wed, Period 5 Fri, Period 7 e-mail [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] EEL 3701 Fall 2007 Exam Schedule EXAM DATE TIME LOCATION Exam 1 Wed, 3 Oct 7:20 pm FLG 220 & FLG 230 Exam 2 Thur, 8 Nov 7:20 pm FLG 270 & FLG 280 Final Sat, 8 Dec 12:30pm* *Tentatively scheduled time EEL 3701C: DIGITAL LOGIC AND COMPUTER SYSTEMS http://mil.ufl.edu/3701/ INSTRUCTORS Dr. Herman Lam LAR 225 392-2689 [email protected] Office Hours: Tues, Thur, Fri per 6 (12:50pm) Dr. Eric M. Schwartz MAEB 321 392-2541 [email protected] Office Hours: Mon per 8 (3pm), Wed per 6 (12:50pm) Dr. A. Antonio Arroyo MAEB 338 392-2639 [email protected] Office Hours: Tues per 3 (9:35am) and 5*, Thur per 6 (12:50pm) LECTURES MWF: 4 th (10:40am, NEB 101) with Dr. Lam, T 4 th th -5 th (10:40am, LAR 310) with Dr. Arroyo and Dr. Schwartz LAB SECTIONS (NEB 212) REQIRED TEXTBOOK Charles H. Roth Jr., Fundamentals of Logic Design, 5 th edition , Thomson Brooks/Cole Publishing, Belmont, California, 2004. ISBN: 0534378048 RECOMMENDED REFERENCE TEXTBOOK Reprinted Chapters 1-7 from H. Lam, and J. O'Malley, Fundamentals of Computer Engineering: Logic Design and Microprocessors, 1 st edition , 1988, John Wiley and Sons, New York, available at the University Copy Center, 1620 W. University Ave., Gainesville, FL. REQUIRED HARDWARE A special programming cable is required for this course. The price for this cable varies between about $30 and $50, depending on your available computer ports. More information about this required device will be provided in class. COURSE OBJECTIVES (ABET Design Content 50%) [Lab fee: $50] To learn to: perform elementary manipulations of Boolean algebraic equations; simplify logic expressions; design combinational and sequential circuits; use a digital design and simulation package, use a hardware description language (HDL), analyze binary storage device behavior and applications, and to study the fundamentals of microprocessor architecture, including assembly language programming and the design of basic components of a microprocessor. TA OFFICE HOURS You may go to any TA available (in NEB 212 if no lab; else NEB 288, if lab in NEB 212), not just the one teaching your lab section. The instructor will hold office hours (posted above and on our web page) or by appointment. You are encouraged to use e-mail to communicate with the instructor and TAs. EXAM SCHEDULE
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