|Computer Organization and Architecture
B.Eng. 3rd Year
Lecture: Lab: ENG408
|Electrical and Computer Engineering|
Welcome to COE 608 Computer Organization and Architecture" website for Winter 2018.
This course covers the basics of modern computer architectures. The emphasis is on understanding the interaction between computer hardware and software at various levels. The course covers the concepts of Computer technology, Performance Evaluation, Instruction set design, Computer arithmetic, Data path and Control unit design of processors and Enhancing performance with pipelining.
The laboratory work include the design and implementation of a RISC processor, using ALTERA FPGA development system, Quartus-II.
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MID TERM on March6 from 6-8 pm in ARC108 AND ENG LG14 AS: Sec1,sec2,sec3,sec4 in ARC108;;; SEC5,SEC6,SEC7 IN ENG LG14
David Patterson and John Hennessy,
"Computer Organization and Design. The Hardware / Software Interface"
4th or 5th edition, 2013 Morgan Kaufmann, Elsevier Inc.
ISBN 978-0-12-374493-7, 978-0-12-407726-3
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LABS Venue: ENG408
Course Evaluation and Marking Scheme
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