Mallard Intro to Computer Engineering I - Written Hwk #8 (due.
https:/mallard2.math.illinois.edu/ECE290/material.cgi?Sessio.
Written Hwk #8 (due 3/16/2011)
ECE 290
Problem Set #8
Due: October 20,
2010
Problem 8.0 (Midterm I Question 5)
In thinking about t
Mallard - Intro to Computer Engineering I
https:/mallard2.math.illinois.edu/ECE290/
Intro to Computer Engineering I
v.2000F Mallard Copyright 1995-2000 user: lachman1
Written Hwk #14 (due 05/04/2010)
Synopsis and Cast of Characters are repeated here to as
Mallard - Intro to Computer Engineering I
https:/mallard2.math.illinois.edu/ECE290/
Intro to Computer Engineering I
v.2000F Mallard Copyright 1995-2000 user: lachman1
Written Hwk #13 (due 04/27/2011)
ECE 290
Problem Set #13
Due: April 27, 2011
Problem 13.
Mallard - Intro to Computer Engineering I
https:/mallard2.math.illinois.edu/ECE290/
Intro to Computer Engineering I
v.2000F Mallard Copyright 1995-2000 user: lachman1
HWK #13 Solution
ECE 290
Written Homework #13
Spring 2011
Problem 13.1
0313148:
IR <- MD
Mallard Intro to Computer Engineering I - Written Hwk #11 (d.
https:/mallard2.math.illinois.edu/ECE290/material.cgi?Sessio.
Written Hwk #11 (due April 13, 2011)
ECE 290
D. J. Brown
Problem Set #11
Due: April 13, 2011
Problem 11.1. Booth's Algorithm for Mu
Mallard Intro to Computer Engineering I - Worksheet for 11.2
https:/mallard2.math.illinois.edu/ECE290/material.cgi?Sessio.
Worksheet for 11.2
ECE 290
Worksheet for Problem Set #11: Problem 11.2
11.2
1 of 3
5/6/11 5:12 PM
Mallard Intro to Computer Engineer
Mallard Intro to Computer Engineering I - Worksheet for 11.1
https:/mallard2.math.illinois.edu/ECE290/material.cgi?Sessio.
Worksheet for 11.1
Name:
Worksheet for Problem #11: Problem 11.1
a) Explain
b) Shown below is the ASM chart from the multiplication
Mallard - Intro to Computer Engineering I
https:/mallard2.math.illinois.edu/ECE290/
Intro to Computer Engineering I
v.2000F Mallard Copyright 1995-2000 user: lachman1
HWK #11 Solution
Problem 11.1. (a) If overow does not occur, then the sign bit of the ad
Mallard Intro to Computer Engineering I - Written Hwk #10 (d.
https:/mallard2.math.illinois.edu/ECE290/material.cgi?Sessio.
Written Hwk #10 (due April 6, 2011)
ECE 290
Problem Set #10
Due: April 6, 2011
Use the worksheet for problem 10.4.
Problem 10.1: Bu
Mallard - Intro to Computer Engineering I
https:/mallard2.math.illinois.edu/ECE290/
Intro to Computer Engineering I
v.2000F Mallard Copyright 1995-2000 user: lachman1
Worksheet for 10.4(a) and 10.4(c)
ECE 290
Worksheet for Problem Set #10: Problem
10.4 (a
Mallard Intro to Computer Engineering I - Written Hwk #9 (due.
https:/mallard2.math.illinois.edu/ECE290/material.cgi?Sessio.
Written Hwk #9 (due 3/30/2011)
ECE 290
Problem Set #9
Due: March 30, 2011
Problem 9.1 Consider a 3-bit twisted ring counter consis
Mallard Intro to Computer Engineering I - Worksheet for 9.6
https:/mallard2.math.illinois.edu/ECE290/material.cgi?Sessio.
Worksheet for 9.6
Worksheet for Problem 9.6
(a) (i) Show that a 2 -input AND gate can be implemented using 2k-1 two-input AND gates.
Mallard Intro to Computer Engineering I - Worksheet for 9.4c (ii.
https:/mallard2.math.illinois.edu/ECE290/material.cgi?Sessio.
Worksheet for 9.4c (ii) and (iii)
ECE 290
Worksheet for Problem Set #9: Problem 9.4
(c) (ii) and (c) (iii)
March 30,
2011
9.4 (
Mallard Intro to Computer Engineering I - Worksheet for 9.4a a.
https:/mallard2.math.illinois.edu/ECE290/material.cgi?Sessio.
Worksheet for 9.4a and 9.4c(i)
ECE 290
Worksheet for Problem Set #9: Problem 9.4
(a) and (c) (i)
March 30,
2011
9.4 (a) Count in
Mallard Intro to Computer Engineering I - HWK #9 Solution
https:/mallard2.math.illinois.edu/ECE290/material.cgi?Sessio.
HWK #9 Solution
Problem 9.1
a. 111 -> 011 -> 001 -> 000 -> 100 -> 110 -> 111 -> .
b. 010 and 101 are illegal states. If the counter sta
Mallard Intro to Computer Engineering I - Worksheet for HWK #8.1
https:/mallard2.math.illinois.edu/ECE290/material.cgi?Sessio.
Worksheet for HWK #8.1
Worksheet for HW8 Problem 1
Note: Draw the waveforms in this worksheet and attach them with HW8
Problem 8
Mallard Intro to Computer Engineering I - HWK #8 Solution
https:/mallard2.math.illinois.edu/ECE290/material.cgi?Sessio.
HWK #8 Solution
Problem 8.0 (a)
In a 8-bit ripple adder, C1 is calculated after 3 units of time. After that every Ci is calculated in C
Mallard Intro to Computer Engineering I - Written Hwk #6 (due.
https:/mallard2.math.illinois.edu/ECE290/material.cgi?Sessio.
Written Hwk #6 (due 3/2/2011)
ECE 290
Problem Set #6
Due: March 2, 2011
Problem 5.1. In each part of this problem, you will draw a
P r o b l e m 6.1
We have a ROM that has N entries of M bits each. We are interested in using it to implement a logic
function.
(a) How big is this ROM in bytes? Express your answer in terms of N and M.
a.
(b) How many bits are needed to address the ROM?
Mallard Intro to Computer Engineering I - Written HWK #5 (du.
https:/mallard2.math.illinois.edu/ECE290/material.cgi?Sessio.
Written HWK #5 (due 2/23/2011)
ECE 290
D. J. Brown
Problem Set #5
Due: February 23, 2011
EXAM #1: MONDAY EVENING,
MARCH 7
6:45 - 8:
Mallard Intro to Computer Engineering I - HWK #5.1c and 5.2 .
https:/mallard2.math.illinois.edu/ECE290/material.cgi?Sessio.
HWK #5.1c and 5.2 Solutions
Problem 5.1
For convenience, let's rst write the functions in canonical SOP form and draw the K-maps:
f
Mallard Intro to Computer Engineering I - HWK #5 Solutions
https:/mallard2.math.illinois.edu/ECE290/material.cgi?Sessio.
HWK #5 Solutions
Problem 5.3
(a) (i-iii)
(iv) Timing diagram. G2 has 2t delay. All other gates have t delay. During the input transist
Mallard Intro to Computer Engineering I - Written HWK #4 (du.
https:/mallard2.math.illinois.edu/ECE290/material.cgi?Sessio.
Written HWK #4 (due 02/16/2011)
ECE 290
Problem Set #4
Due: February 16, 2011
For the K-maps in problems 4.1(b) and 4.4(b) you must
Mallard Intro to Computer Engineering I - HWK #4 Solutions
https:/mallard2.math.illinois.edu/ECE290/material.cgi?Sessio.
HWK #4 Solutions
Problem 4.0
cd
1. a'd' is a prime implicant (loop of four in top left corner)
00 01 11 10
2. a'c is not an implicant
Mallard Intro to Computer Engineering I - Written HWK #3 (du.
https:/mallard2.math.illinois.edu/ECE290/material.cgi?Sessio.
Written HWK #3 (due 2/9/2011)
ECE 290
Problem Set #3
Due: February 9, 2011
Problem 3.1: Dual of a function
Prove that FD( X1, X2, .
Mallard Intro to Computer Engineering I - HWK #3.3 Solutions
https:/mallard2.math.illinois.edu/ECE290/material.cgi?Sessio.
HWK #3.3 Solutions
Problem 3.3
a.
1 of 3
5/6/11 2:45 AM
Mallard Intro to Computer Engineering I - HWK #3.3 Solutions
https:/mallard2
Mallard Intro to Computer Engineering I - HWK #3 Solutions
https:/mallard2.math.illinois.edu/ECE290/material.cgi?Sessio.
HWK #3 Solutions
Problem 3.1
Consider the function F which has literals X1, X2, ., Xn.
According to Demorgans law, if you complement a