Computer Organization (2) CSE321b
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Tutorial 3
Refreshment Rate:
5.2 Consider a dynamic RAM that must be given a refresh cycle 64
times per 1ms. Each refresh operation requires 150 ns; a memory
cycle requires 250 ns. What percentage of the memor

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Computer Organization (2) CSE321b
Winter 2014
Tutorial 2
Questions:
5.9 What is a parity bit?
A bit appended to an array of binary digits to make the sum of all
the binary digits, including the parity bit, always odd (odd parity)
or always even (even pari

Computer Organization (2) CSE321b
Winter 2014
Tutorial 1
Questions:
5.2 What are two senses in which the term random-access
memory is used?
(1) A memory in which individual words of memory are directly
accessed through wired-in addressing logic.
(2) Semic

Computer Organization (2) CSE321b
Winter 2014
Tutorial 4
Questions:
7.1 List three broad classifications of external, or peripheral,
devices.
1. Human readable: Suitable for communicating with the
computer user such as keyboard and screen
2. Machine reada

Tutorial #5
Question:
9.1 Briefly explain the following representations: sign magnitude, twos
complement, biased.
SignMagnitude Representation: In an N-bit word, the left-most bit is the sign (0
= positive, 1 = negative) and the remaining N 1 bits compris

Tutorial #9
Questions:
6.2 How are data written onto a magnetic disk?
The write mechanism is based on the fact that electricity flowing through a coil
produces a magnetic field. Pulses are sent to the write head, and magnetic
patterns are recorded on the

Tutorial #6
9.15 Use the Booth algorithm to multiply 23 (multiplicand) by 29 (multiplier),
where each number is represented using 6 bits.
Using M=010111 (23) and Q = 010011 (19) we should get 437 as the result.
A
Q
Q1
M
000000
010111
0
010011
Initial
1011

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