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CSE360 1 CSE 360: Introduction to Computer  Systems Course Notes – Wi‘10 Bettina Bair ([email protected]) http://carmen.osu.edu Copyright  ©  1998-2009 by Bettina Bair, Jim Dinan,Wayne Heym, Rick Parent, Todd Whittaker, Pete Ware
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Section Details  CSE360 2 Class Meets MTWF 9:30, DL266 Instructor Bettina Bair ( [email protected] ) Homepage www.cse.ohio-state.edu/~bbair Office Dreese Labs 493 Hours MW11:30, TF 1:30 Phone 292-2565
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CSE360 3 Topics of Discussion Course description Required texts Policies Syllabus Expectations
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CSE360 4 Description: Introduction to computer architecture Design of digital computer systems Hardware control / microprogramming Hardware-software interface Low-level programming using assembly language Prerequisites: CSE 214 or 222 or H222L
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CSE360 5 Text: 1. Computer Systems: Architecture, Organization, and Programming , Arthur B. Maccabe, Irwin, 1993. 2. Sparc Architecture, Assembly Language Programming & C , Richard Paul, Prentice Hall – a good reference, if you are interested 3. Class handouts 4. Material online at http://carmen.osu.edu
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CSE360 6 Grading Policy: An assigned grader will grade all homeworks and labs – your lecturer will grade all exams. Missed assignments or tests without prior approval will receive a grade of zero. Reasonable excuses must be given in writing to me one week prior to the due date or test date, at which time the circumstances will be evaluated, and approval granted or rejected. No late homeworks or labs will be accepted. Exams are closed book, closed notes, and cover all of the material up to that point.
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CSE360 7 Grading Weights: Homeworks (6) 4% each as assigned Labs (3) 4% each as assigned Midterm 30% around the 6th week Final 34% as indicated in master schedule Grading Scale - to be determined You must pass the final to pass the course
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CSE360 8 Can I work on assignments from home? Submission via Carmen “dropbox” HW: MS Word, PDF, or text format Labs: Submitted as text formatted source (*.s) file Require access to ISEM application Available thru your CSE account: stdsun.cse.ohio-state.edu SSH, telnet and file transfer (ftp) protocols are useful Read more about remote access on Carmen ISEM may also be available online – where? How? I don’t know.
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CSE360 9 Students with Disabilities If you need an accommodation based on the impact of a disability, please contact me to arrange an appointment as soon as possible. Office for Disability Services verifies the need for accommodations Helps develop accommodation strategies. If you have not previously contacted the Office for Disability Services, I encourage you to do so.
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CSE360 10 Academic Misconduct Academic misconduct is defined as any activity which tends to compromise the academic integrity of the institution, or subvert the educational process .
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