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Unformatted text preview: 1 Assignment #5 Fall 2011 SYSC-3006 Computer Organization Department of Systems and Computer Engineering Due Date: November 18 @ 7:00 PM. (electronic submission) You must submit the files identified below using the electronic Submit application . The submission process will be cancelled at the deadline. No assignments will be accepted via email or on disk. THIS ASSIGNMENT MUST BE DONE IN TEAMS OF TWO STUDENTS. Only ONE student must submit the assignment, clearly stating who the members of the team are. This Assignment should be done using the Pair Programming technique. In order to guarantee that this technique has been used, DETAILED QUESTIONS on this Assignment will be included in the Final Exam. This is part of the evaluation of the assignment; students not being able to answer the questions asked during the Final exam will receive a mark of 0 (zero). Important instructions about submissions: - Submit ONLY ONE ASSIGNMENT PER TEAM. - Each file in your Assignment should include a Header with the names/numbers of BOTH students - Students submitting TWO copies of the assignment will receive the LOWER of the two marks and will receive a demerit of 20% of the final mark. - Students who, by mistake submit more than one copy, should contact the instructor BEFORE the deadline to fix the problem. In this assignment, we will complete building the simple controller for a nightclub. There are five lights you will control (each of which connected to the same circuit in the LED box in our lab). The labs switch box will be eventually changed by the actual lights (i.e., when a LED turns on, the corresponding light will be turned on)....
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2012 for the course SYSC SYSC3006 taught by Professor G.wainer during the Fall '11 term at Carleton CA.
- Fall '11