01_Intro - 271: Introduction to Digital Circuits and...

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1 271: Introduction to Digital Circuits and Systems Professor Scott Hauck, EEB-307Q (hauck@ee.washington.edu) Office Hours: stop by or email w/schedule for a slot Book: Fundamentals of Digital Logic with Verilog Design (2 nd Edition) TAs (EEB-371): Matt Staniszewski (matt.staniszewski@gmail.com) Xinhang Shao (xshao@uw.edu) EEB-371 Lab Hours: most days 8:30-6:00 (check website) 2 Grading 20% - Homeworks 30% - Labs 20% - Midterm Exam 30% - Final Exam Homework is due at the end of class on the specified date. Late penalties: <24 hours: -10% <48 hours: -30% <72 hours: -60% >72 hours: not accepted
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3 Joint Work Policy Labs will be done alone, homeworks in groups of 1-2. Students may not collaborate on labs/projects, nor between groups on the specifics of homeworks. OK: Studying together for exams Discussing lectures or readings Talking about general approaches Help in debugging, tools peculiarities, etc. Not OK: Developing a lab together Checking homework answers between groups Violation of these rules is at minimum grounds for failing the class 4 Lectures: MWThF: 9:30-10:30 Labs: Each student assigned a lab kit, can work where-ever. There are no specific assigned lab times.
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