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Behrooz Parhami http://www.ece.ucsb.edu/~parhami/ece_001.htm[6/7/2010 10:55:33 PM] Home & Contact Curriculum Vitae Research Computer arithmetic Parallel processing Fault tolerance Broader research Research history List of publications Teaching ECE1 Freshman sem ECE154 Comp arch ECE252B Comp arith ECE252C Adv dig des ECE254B Par proc ECE257A Fault toler Student supervision Math + Fun! Textbooks Computer arithmetic Parallel processing Dependable comp Comp architecture Other books Service Professional activities Academic service Community service Industrial consulting Files & Documents Useful Links Personal Behrooz Parhami's ECE 1 Course Page for Spring 2010 Ten Puzzling Problems in Computer Engineering Enrollment code: 10892 Prerequisite: Open to (pre-)computer engineering students only Class meetings: R 3:30-4:45, Broida 1640 Instructor: Professor Behrooz Parhami Open office hours: M 11:00-12:30, R 5:00-6:30, HFH 5155 Course announcements: Listed in reverse chronological order Grading scheme: Pass/Fail grade is assigned based on attendance Course calendar: Schedule of lectures and links to lecture slides The ten lectures: Lecture summaries and references Additional lecture topics: May replace some current topics in future Attendance record: Please check regularly for possible errors Miscellaneous information: Motivation, catalog entry, history Note: The design and goals of this innovative freshman seminar are described in a brief article, a short paper, and a full paper, as follows: - IEEE Computer , Vol. 42, No. 3, Mar. 2009 ( PDF file ) - IEEE Trans. Education , Vol. 52, No. 3, Aug. 2009 ( PDF file ) - Computer Science Education , Vol. 18, No. 4, Dec. 2008 ( PDF file ) Course Announcements 2010/06/07: The spring 2010 offering of ECE 1 is officially over. Course grades have been submitted and should be available on Gold soon. Have a pleasant summer! 2010/05/27: Please make sure to also read the announcement that follows this one. In order to get a "pass" grade for this course, students with 2-3 absences will need to pass a final oral exam on the lectures they have missed. During the final oral exam, to be scheduled for Friday 6/4, or the weekend that follows it, I will ask questions about the missed lectures. You will need to review the lectures and stop by to ask me questions about them during my office hours. You must at least be able to describe the big picture and the connection of ideas in those lectures. You are responsible for contacting me to schedule your final oral exam. You can do this by sending me e-mail with all your free time slots during 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM on 6/4-6. Failure to schedule or pass the exam will result in a "not pass" grade for the course. So, please do not give me just a few time slots, because I may not be able to schedule the final oral if there are conflicts. A "not pass" grade can also result from a single absence if it has not been explained to the instructor in writing (e-mail will do).
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