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Unformatted text preview: el C lecture 3 C lecture 3 Virtual Memory 2 15‐Apr 21 H 12 22‐Apr 22 K 23 K Traps Multicore Architectures & GPUs Synchronization 29‐Apr 24 K 25 K|H 6‐May 26 H 27 K&H I/O Future Directions Stack Smashing Lab 3: Buffer Overflows handout Caches Proj 3: Caches Handout Virtual Memory Lab 4: (IN‐CLASS) Virtual Memory Synchronization HW4: Virtual memory, Caches, Traps, Multicore, Synchronization Synchronization 2 GPUs & Prelim 2 Review 20‐May C lecture 2 Intro to UNIX/Linux HW3: Calling Conventions, RISC, CISC Linkers & and more calling conventions Spring Break Virtual Memory 1 11 13‐May C lecture 2 Caches 3 Spring Break 20 H 14 Proj 1: Design Doc Due MIPS 2 Prelim1 Caches 1 Caches 2 13 Proj 1: MIPS 1 Handout Calling Conventions 11‐Mar 8‐Apr one‐week, lab1 due two‐weeks) Lab 2: (IN‐CLASS) FSM Handout MIPS HW2: FSMs, Memory, CPU, Performance, and pipelined MIPS RISC & CISC & Prelim 1 Review 7 10 lab 1: ALU Handout (design doc due FSM HW1: Logic, Gates, Numbers, & Arithmetic Pipeline Hazards Control Hazards & ISA Variations 12 H 6 Lab 0: Adder/Logisim intro Handout CPU Performance & Pipelines H(out) 8K 25‐Feb Lab/Proj Logisim Memory Simple CPU 4 Lab Topic Numbers & Arithmetic 4‐Feb 3 5 Prelim Evening Intro Logic & Gates 3K 2 1 K&H 2H HW Proj 4: Multicore/NW Handout Prelim 2 Proj 4: Design Doc Due Proj 4 Due Lab (50% approx.) • 5‐6 Individual Labs – 2 out‐of‐class labs (5‐10%) – 3‐4 in‐class labs (5‐7.5%) • 4 Group Projects (30‐35%) • Participation/Quizzes in lab (2.5%) Lecture (50% approx.) • 2 Prelims (35%) – Dates: March 4, May 1 • Homework (10%) • Participation/Quizzes in lecture (5%) Regrade policy • Submit written request to lead TA, and lead TA will pick a different grader • Submit another written request, lead TA will regrade directly • Submit yet another written request for professor to regrade Late Policy • • • • Each person has a total of four “slip days” Max of two slip days for any individual assignment For projects, slip days are deducted from all partners 25% deducted per day late after slip days are exhausted iClicker: Bring to every Lecture Put all devices into Airplane Mode L Deslauriers et al. Science 2011;332:862-864 Published by AAAS Fig. 1 Histogram of...
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