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CSEE W4824 Prof. Luca Carloni QUESTIONNAIRE (Please Print Neatly) Handout 3 September 7, 2011 Name: E-mail: Columbia UNI: School/Degree Program (BA/BS/MS/PhD): Year (freshman/sophomore/etc., which year of MS/PhD): Major/Department: Credit/Audit/Undecided: Your Background: 1. CS 3827: Have you taken CSEE W3827 Fundamental of Computer Systems at Columbia? If yes, indicate which semester and which instructor. If no, indicate which equivalent course(s) on computer organization & digital design you took (university, year, instructor). 2. Are you familiar with basic processor and ALU design ? 3. Did you cover RISC processors: MIPS, DLX, Alpha, etc.? (which ones, how familiar) 4. Did you cover CISC processors: Intel 80x86, 68000, IBM 360, etc.? (which ones, how familiar) 5. Are you familiar with assembly languages ? (which ones, how familiar) 6. Pipelining:
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Unformatted text preview: did you cover ( circle appropriate entries )?: (i) pipelining basics; (ii) data hazards; (iii) stalls; (iv) forwarding (i.e., bypassing); (v) control/branch hazards 7. Caches: did you cover basics of caches, including: direct-mapped, set-associative, and fully-associative? 8. Digital Logic: are you familiar with ( circle entries )?: • (i) basic Boolean algebra; (ii) truth tables; (iii) Karnaugh maps; (iv) basic logic gates (AND, OR, NAND, NOT, . . . ); (v) basic components (multiplexers, registers, ALUs, etc.); (vi) combinational logic design; (vii) sequential logic design (Mealy/Moore machines, . . . ). 9. Which high-level programming language (C, C++, Java, . . . ) do you know? Other: Comments, questions, suggested topics (continue on the back of this page if necessary):...
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