CSCI 350: Digital Logic and Computer Organization
Spring 2016, Exam 1
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1. (IO-Points) For each decimal number (base-10) in the table below, find the 2s complement and
Class Notes for CSCI 350 Digital Logic and Computer Organization
Dr. Sebastian van Delden, [email protected]
The College of Charleston
NOTE SET 6
Karnaugh Maps
From a truth table, you can get the SOP or POS and then use Boolean algebra to simplify, but
Class Notes for CSCI 350 Digital Logic and Computer Organization
Dr. Sebastian van Delden, [email protected]
The College of Charleston
NOTE SET 5
Sum of Products and Product of Sums
There are two special types of Boolean algebra statements which lend t
Class Notes for CSCI 350 Digital Logic and Computer Organization
Dr. Sebastian van Delden, [email protected]
The College of Charleston
NOTE SET 2
A Quick Note on Digital Signals
Naturally occurring signals are analog or continuous in nature. A computer
Class Notes for CSCI 350 Digital Logic and Computer Organization
Dr. Sebastian van Delden, [email protected]
The College of Charleston
NOTE SET 4
Boolean Algebra
Both the truth tables and circuit diagrams do not scale well to larger problems. Also, tru
Class Notes for CSCI 350 Digital Logic and Computer Organization
Dr. Sebastian van Delden, [email protected]
The College of Charleston
NOTE SET 3
Digital Logic and Logic Gates
A gate is a tiny electronic device that can perform a function with one or t
Class Notes for CSCI 350 Digital Logic and Computer Organization
Dr. Sebastian van Delden, [email protected]
The College of Charleston
NOTE SET 1
Review of binary number systems
Binary is used instead of decimal because it is easy to represent an on or
CSCI 350: Digital Logic & Comp. Org
Spring 2016
Brent C. Munsell
Department of Computer Science
College of Charleston
Exam 2 Review
Format
Time
Chapters Covered
Possible Questions
Format
Pencil and Paper
Bring several (including erasers)
Do not nee
CSCI 350: Digital Logic & Comp. Org
Spring 2016
Brent C. Munsell
Department of Computer Science
College of Charleston
Exam 1 Review
Format
Time
Chapters Covered
Possible Questions
Format
Pencil and Paper
Bring several (including erasers)
Do not nee
250 THE MICROARCHITECTURE LEVEL CHAP. 4
PC is different from the others, and .this fact is apparent in the special memory
port provided for PC on the Mic-1. Remember that it is only 1 byte wide. Incre-
menting PC by one and initiating a read results in a
CSCI 350: Digital Logic and Computer Org
HW3
SOL_KEY
Chapter 8
1. Design the digital logic for segments c, f, and g of the seven-segment display driver
truth table in Figure 8-14.
CSCI 350: Digital Logic and Computer Organization
Homework 2 Solution Key
Chapter 4:
9. Show the output waveform of an AND gate with the inputs A, B, and C indicated in
the provided figure.
ABC
10.
CSCI 350 - Digital Logic and Computer Organization
Homework 5 Solution Key
Chapter 12
7. How many latches (D flip flops) are contained in a SRAM that has 20 address lines
20 3
23
and 8 data lines? 2 2 = 2
8. True or False: DRAM is faster that SRAM?
9. Tru
CSCI 350 Homework 1 Solution Key
Chapter 2
(Q1) What is the minimum number of bits needed to represent 76810 using unsigned
binary representation:
(A1) 10 bits (1100000000)
(Q2) What is the largest possible
Class Notes for CSCI 350 Digital Logic and Computer Organization
Dr. Sebastian van Delden, [email protected]
The College of Charleston
NOTE SET 7
Combinational Logic Applications
Adders
Adders use our logic gates to perform an addition. The addition op