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HU L01 Introduction.1 ELE 749 Lecture 01: Introduction Ali Ziya Alkar [Adapted from Computer Organization and Design , Patterson & Hennessy, © 2005, UCB]
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HU L01 Introduction.2 Course Administration ± Instructor: Ali Ziya Alkar alkar@hacettepe.edu.tr ± Office Hrs: Fridays 13:30-15:00 ± Labs: VLSI Laboratory ± URL: http://www.ee.hacettepe.edu.tr/~alkar/ELE749 ± Text: Required: Computer Org and Design , 3 rd Edition, Patterson and Hennessy ©2005 Optional: Superscalar Microprocessor Design Johnson, ©1991 ± Slides: pdf on the course web page after lecture
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HU L01 Introduction.3 Grading Information ± Grade determinates z Midterm Exam ~30% - Date To be determined z Final Exam ~30% - TBD z Homeworks (3-4) ~30% - Due at the beginning of class (or, if its code to be submitted electronically, by 17:00 on the due date). No late assignments will be accepted. z ~10% ± Grades will be posted on the course homepage
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HU L01 Introduction.4 Course Content ± Content z Principles of computer architecture: CPU datapath and control unit design (single-issue pipelined, superscalar, VLIW), memory hierarchies and design, I/O organization and design, advanced processor design (multiprocessors and SMT) ± Course goals z To learn the organizational paradigms that determine the capabilities and performance of computer systems. To understand the interactions between the computer’s architecture and its software so that future software designers (compiler writers, operating system designers, database programmers, …) can achieve the best cost-performance trade-offs and so that future architects understand the effects of their design choices on software applications. ± Course prerequisites z ELE413 and/or ELE414 and ELE 313 Digital Electronics
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HU L01 Introduction.5 What You Should Know ± z logical minimization, FSMs, component design z processor, memory, I/O ± Create, assemble, run, debug programs in an assembly language
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