CDA3101-L02-technol-logic1-MSS

CDA3101-L02-technol-logic1-MSS - CDA 3101 Fall 2011...

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CDA 3101 Fall 2011 Introduction to Computer Organization Technology Trends Digital Logic 101 24 August 2011 Mark Schmalz http://www.cise.ufl.edu/~mssz/CompOrg/Top-Level.html
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Review (Last Class) Five components of the computer Principle of Abstraction to build systems as layers Pliable Data : a program determines what it is Stored program concept: instructions are just data Principle of Locality : memory hierarchy Greater performance by exploiting parallelism Compilation vs. interpretation Principles/Pitfalls of Performance Measurement
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Overview (Today’s Class) Computer generations Technology applications synergism Technology trends Hardware Software Moore’s law Basics of Digital Logic Operations Truth Tables
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Computer Generations Gen-0 : Mechanical computers (BC to early 1940s) Gen-1: Vacuum Tubes (1943-1959) Gen-2: Transistors (1960-1968) John Bardeen, Walter Brattain, and William Shockley Gen-3: Integrated Circuits (1969-1977) Jack Kilby (1958) Gen-4: VLSI (1978-present) Gen-5 : Optical? Quantum?
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Digital Computer Milestones 1800s Analytical Engine Babbage First digital computer 1936 Z1 Zuse First relay machine 1943 COLOSSUS British gov’t First electronic computer 1944 Mark I Aiken First general-purpose computer 1946 ENIAC I Eckert/Mauchley Modern computer history starts 1949 EDSAC Wilkes First stored-program computer 1952 IAS Von Neumann Most computers use this design 1960 PDP-1 DEC First minicomputer 1964 360 IBM Computer family, architecture 1964 6600 CDC First scientific supercomputer
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This note was uploaded on 12/10/2011 for the course CDA 3101 taught by Professor Small during the Fall '08 term at University of Florida.

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CDA3101-L02-technol-logic1-MSS - CDA 3101 Fall 2011...

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