M16_2_EEM16_F11_L01

M16_2_EEM16_F11_L01 - EEM16/CSM51A:...

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EEM16/CSM51A: Logic Design of Digital Systems Lecture #1 Introduction Prof. Danijela Cabric Fall 2011
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Course Staff ± Instructor: Danijela Cabric ± Assistant Professor in EE Department ± Email: [email protected] ± Office: 56 147C Eng. IV ± Office Hours: Mon/Tue 11:00 12:00 or by appointment ± Teaching Assistant: Jun Wang ± Graduate Student in EE Department ± Email: [email protected] , [email protected] ± Office Hours: Mon 3:00 – 4:00, Wed 10:00 – 11:00, Thu 9:00 10:00 2
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Course Web Site ± Hosted on EEWEB https://eeweb.ee.ucla.edu/classinfo.php?/eeM1 6/2/fall/11 ± Login using your BOL account id and password ± Copies of handouts, homeworks, exams etc. ± Password protected parts of web site user=visitorM16, password=flipflop All questions should be directed to [email protected] 4
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Textbook ± Introduction to Digital Systems (Hardcover) by Miloš Ercegovac, Tomás Lang, Jaime H. Moreno ± John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ± ISBN 10: 0471527998 ± ISBN 13: 978 0471527992 ± Available at ± ASUCLA ± On line stores such as Amazon.com ± Note: lecture slides will have material from other sources as well 5
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Grading ± Homeworks (28%) ± 7 homeworks ± Due at the end of the lecture, no late homeworks accepted ± If you cannot make it to the class either ask your friend to submit it or scan it and email to Prof. Cabric before the deadline ± Quizzes (6%) ± 2 short (~20 mins) quizzes in discussion sessions, announced 1 week in advance ± Midterm (25%) ± Week 5, Oct. 20 (Thu) in class, closed book ± If for any reason you cannot attend the midterm, please notify me one week in advance! Medical reasons should be justified by doctor’s memo ± Final (40%) ± Dec 7, in class, closed book, cumulative ± Course Survey on EEWEB (1%) 6
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What is this course about? ± Course emphasis: concepts, methods, and design ± Description and design of digital systems such as computers ± Formal basis in switching algebra ± Implementation aspects: modules and network of modules ± Implementation of algorithms in hardware ± Follow on courses ± Digital design lab (EEM116L/CSM152A) ± Computer architecture (EEM116C/CSM151B) ± Digital design project (EEM116D/CSM152B) ± Digital circuits (EE115C) 7
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Syllabus 8 Week Date Day Lecture Due Reading 1 Sep 22 Thu Introduction about Digital Systems Ch 1 2 Sep 27 Tue Combinational systems: Specification, Data representation, Switching functions Ch. 2.1 2.4.1 Appendix A Sep 29 Thu Combinational systems: Switching expressions, Karnaugh maps Ch. 2.4.2, 2.5, 2.6 3 Oct 4 Combinational ICs: CMOS switches and gates and their characteristics Ch. 3 Oct 6T h u Gate networks: Description and analysis HW 1C h . 4 4 Oct 11 Gate networks: Design of two level & minimal networks; PLAs and PALs; Ch. 5 Oct 13 Thu Sequential systems: Specifications, states, time behavior, reduction of state set HW 2C h . 7 5 Oct 18 Sequential systems: Implementation, canonical networks Ch. 8 Oct 20 Thu Midterm (in class) Ch. 1 7
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9 6 Oct 25 Tue Analysis and synthesis, sequential networks with flip flops HW 3C h . 8 Oct 27 Thu Standard combinational modules: encoders, decoders Ch.9 7 Nov 1T u e
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