CGSsyllabus - academic offenses. Penalties can include a...

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CGS 3269-Computer Architecture Concepts COURSE SYLLABUS – SPRING 2011 Catalog Description: PR : CGS 1060. CPU organizations, current Computer Architecture, Network file servers. Text: (required) Essentials of Computer Organization and Architecture, Null, L. and Lobur, J., Jones and Bartlett Publisher, 2006, ISBN -10:0-7637-3769-0 and ISBN -13: 978-0-7637-3769-6. Instructor: Dr. C.S. Bauer, P.E., 359HC, (407) 823-2236, [email protected] Office Hours: M, W 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. and by fixed appointment time Grading: (2) regular exams 60% Final exam 30% Homework assignments 10% Significant Dates: Martin Luther King Day Monday, Jan, 17 Withdrawal Deadline Friday, March 4 Spring Break March 7-12 Classes End Monday, April 25 Final Exam Period April 26 – May 2 Ethics Statement: As reflected in the UCF creed, integrity and scholarship are core values that should guide our conduct and decisions as members of the UCF community. Plagiarism and cheating contradict these values, and so are very serious
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Unformatted text preview: academic offenses. Penalties can include a failing grade in an assignment or in the course, or suspension or expulsion from the university. Students are Expected to familiarize themselves with and follow the Universitys Rules of Conduct (see ). Topic Coverage: Course Coverage will follow the suggested outline for a one-semester course developed by the text authors on p, xvi of the preface in the course text. This is as depicted in the text. Chapter Lecture time Level of Comprehensive 1 3 hrs mastering 2 6 hrs mastering 3 6 hrs mastering 4 8 hrs mastering 5 4 hrs familiarity 6 3hrs Familiarity 7 2hrs familiarity 8 2hrs exposure 9 2hrs familiarity 10 1hrs exposure 11 2hrs exposure 12 2hrs exposure 13 1hrs exposure Exams will be in class, closed book. They will be announced 1 week in advance of test date, and coverage review will be conducted prior to each exam....
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This note was uploaded on 06/13/2011 for the course CGS 3269 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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