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University of Florida EEL 3701—Summer 2011 Dr. Eric M. Schwartz SYLLABUS 7-Jun-11 Page 1/7 Revision 8 Exam Schedule EXAM DATE TIME LOCATION Exam 1 Thur, 30 June In Class In Class Exam 2 Thur, 4 Aug In Class In Class TA name Josh Weaver Paul Launier Colin Watson Michael Franks Matt Thompson Logan Dunberg office hours M: 8-9am W: 8:45-9:45am Help Session: M 6:45-7:45pm T,R: 12:45-1:45pm Help: R 5-6pm F: 2:15-3:15pm F: 9:30-10:30am F: 5:45-6:45pm ( in NEB 222) T & R: 5:45-6:45pm e-mail EEL 3701C: DIGITAL LOGIC AND COMPUTER SYSTEMS INSTRUCTORS Dr. Eric M. Schwartz MAEB 321 392-2541 Office Hours: M: 2-3:30pm, W: 3-4pm, R: 1-1:40pm LECTURES th -6 th (2-4: 4 5pm) in FLG 270 LAB SECTIONS (NEB 248) REQIRED TEXTBOOK ( Share, Borrow, Buy, or Rent one of the below. See website for more info) Charles H. Roth Jr., Fundamentals of Logic Design, 6 th edition , Cengage Learning, Stamford, Connecticut, 2009. ISBN: 0495471690 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 Target Copy , 1412 W. University Ave., Gainesville, FL; Phone: 352- 376-3826 . [$18.26] REQUIRED HARDWARE A special USB Blaster programming cable (from Altera) is required for this course. The price for this cable is $50 plus tax. The cable is available at the UF bookstore; go to the counter in the computer area to request one. This device is also used in two other courses (EEL 4744 and EEL 4712). More information about this required device will be provided in class. You will also need you own laptop PC for use in lab and possibly during the exams. COURSE OBJECTIVES (ABET Design Content 50%) [Lab fee: $88.53] 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. CLASS ATTENDANCE AND BEHAVIOR Class attendance is not mandatory, but all classes are important. Missing a class may be hazardous to your grade. There will be pop (unannounced) quizzes. A missed quiz cannot be made up. (See Course Requirements below for policy on missed quizzes.) Turn off all cell phones, beepers, laptop sound effects, and other noise making devices before entering our classroom. If a
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