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Computer Architecture- 01:198:211 Fall- 2009 Prof Badri Nath Rutgers University badri@cs.rutgers.edu
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Acknowledgments z Class notes partially based on z 211 classes taught at Rutgers in prior years z Material from textbook authors z Lots of material available on the web (via google search,wikipedia)
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Detail… Me: Prof Badri Nath Badri@cs.rutgers.edu Office Hours: 1:40 to 2:40 (Core 320) TAs: Pravin Shankar recitation ARC 203 spravin@cs.rutgers.edu Office Hours: Tuesday 3-4 PM (core 333) Nishat Islam Recitation Hill 120 nislam@cs.rutgers.edu Office Hours: Friday 3-4 PM (Hill 486) Web: https://sakai.rutgers.edu http://www.cs.rutgers.edu/~badri/cs211/ (You’re required to check this page regularly)
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Text z Books: z Computer Systems by Randall Bryant and David O’Hallaron … Required text z Computer Organization and Design by David Patterson and John Hennessy (4 th edition) Prerequisites: 198:112 What this really means: z You know at least one programming language. z You know something about how to write, run, and test programs. z Elementary knowledge of math and algorithms
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C resources z The C Programming Language z C tutorial z http://www.le.ac.uk/cc/tutorials/c/ z Intro to C z http://cprog.tomsweb.net/cintro.html
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Grading Grading: Mid-terms - 30% Final Exam – 35% Projects – 35% (PA1: 5, PA2: 10, PA3: 10, PA4: 10) Written Homework Final Exam is cumulative. No make-up exams except for university sanctioned reasons. Must inform professor before the exam. Don’t assuming informing implies being allowed to take a make-up (see above statement). Make-up will be held the next day, early morning. Projects are not created equally. Later projects are harder and hence worth more.
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Computer Architecture
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Computer Architecture z Architecture: art or practice of designing z What’s Inside? z How is it put together? z How does it work? ?
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Main Components z CPU z Memory z BUS z Storage z I/O devices z Input z Mouse, keypad z Output z Printer, Screen z Both z USB, Wifi, Touch screen CPU Memory OUTPUT INPUT FSB
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Von Neumann Architecture z Model of a computer that used stores programs z Both Data and Program stored in memory z Allows the computer to be “Re-programmed” z CPU is central to the computer Control Unit Arithmetic and Logic (ALU) Output Unit Memory Unit CPU Data Control Input Unit
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