CSC 4210/6210  Assignment #3
Fall 2004
due Thursday, October 21st
1. [20 points] A digital computer has a common bus system with 8 registers of 16 bytes
each. The bus is constructed with multiplexers. Briefly explain your answers for the
following questi
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the SAT problem
given a formula made of boolean variables and operators
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possible assignments, with solutions in green, are:
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Reading Questions
1. [6 points]: Which of the following statements are true of the X Windows System (as described in
the X Windows paper, reading # 5)?
(Circle True or False for each choice.)
A. True / False When a
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1. [6 points]: Which of the following statements is true for UNIX as described in reading #5
(Ritchie and Thompson. The UNIX timesharing system, Bell System Technical Journal, 57, 6,
part 2, 1978
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The Dawn of Packet Switching
ARPA: 1957, in response to Sputnik
Paul Baran (RAND Corp)
Early 1960s: New approaches for
survivable comms systems; hot potato
routing and decentralized
architecture, paper on packet
switching over digital links
Dona
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The Problem
Given: Besteffort network in which
Packets may be lost arbitrarily
Packets may be reordered arbitrarily
Packet delays are variable (queueing)
Packets may even be duplicated
Sender S and receiver R want to communicate reliably
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Hardware
1. Cpu central processing unit
Arithmetic Logic Unit (ALU) executes arithmetic (addition, subtraction, etc.) and logical
(AND, OR, etc.) operations
Control unit generates a sequence of control signals telling the ALU how to operate; reads
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CSc 4210/6210
COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE
Assignment 1
First name
Fall 2015
Due on September 10, 11:59 pm
Last name
Chin
Pyon
1 Use the truth table to prove that:
i [X`Z + Y`Z +XY+X`Y`]L= [XYZ` + X`Y]L insert your answers in the following table:
(The inserted
CSc 4210/6210
Fall 2015
COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE
Your GSU email:
Name:
(last 4 digits of your ID):
@student.gsu.edu
Quiz #1
1 The following Boolean function is given in sum of products of minterms as follows:
F(x,y,z,w) = m(0,1,3,5,7,9)
a Complete the trut
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CSc 4210/6210
COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE
Assignment 2
Fall 2015
Due by: 11:59 PM, September 24, 2015.
1. Design a combinational circuit with 4 binary inputs w, x, y, z, and n binary outputs, A, B, C, .etc,
represented by n bits. A is the most signifi
CSc 4210/6210
COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE
Your GSU email:
Name:
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(last 4 digits of your ID):
Solution
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Quiz #2
1. The following state diagram represents a sequential circuit with two T flipflops A and B and one
input x and one output y
6.01 Final Exam
Spring 2011
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Find the relation between V1 and V2 that must hold so that I = 1A.
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Chapter 1 Digital Logic Circuits
Section 1.1 Digital Computers
The word digital implies information in computers is represented by variables that take a limited
number of discrete values.
Decimal digits 0, 1, , 9 provide ten discrete values.
The physical
Chapter 2 Digital Components
Section 2.1 Integrated Circuits
An integrated circuit (IC) is a small silicon semiconductor crystal, called a chip, containing
the electronic components for the digital gates
The various gates are interconnected inside the c
Chapter 3 Data Representation
Section 3.1 Data Types
Registers contain either data or control information
Control information is a bit or group of bits used to specify the sequence of command signals
needed for data manipulation
Data are numbers and ot
Chapter 4 Register Transfer and Microoperations
Section 4.1 Register Transfer Language
Digital systems are composed of modules that are constructed from digital components, such as
registers, decoders, arithmetic elements, and control logic
The modules
Chapter 7
Section 7.1 Control Memory
The control unit in a digital computer initiates sequences of microoperations
The complexity of the digital system is derived form the number of sequences that are
performed
When the control signals are generated by
Section 8.4 Instruction Formats
It is the function of the control unit within the CPU to interpret each instruction code
The bits of the instruction are divided into groups called fields
The most common fields are:
o Operation code
o Address field memo
Chapter 9 Pipeline and Vector Processing
Section 9.1 Parallel Processing
A parallel processing system is able to perform concurrent data processing to achieve faster
execution time
The system may have two or more ALUs and be able to execute two or more
CSC 4210/6210 Computer Architecture
Assignment #1
due Thursday, September 9th
1. Simplify the following Boolean functions in (1) productofsums form and (2) sumofproducts form by means of a fourvariable map. Draw the logic diagrams.
a. F(w,x,y,z) = (0,
CSc 4210/6210 ?Homework #2
Fall 2004
due Thursday, September 23rd (start of class)
late assignments due by Friday, September 24th 4:30 pm
(time stamp late papers and put in my mailbox)
1. Modify the logic diagram of Figure 27 so that the each bit of the
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Quiz #3
1 The load input for register; R0, is controlled by the following Boolean conditions
while the sourc