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Department of Information Technology

Computer Architecture 1 (Distance), Fall 2014

(7.5hp, Periods 1-2, 1DT016, Register for UU-11220)

Instructor: German Ceballos (Office Hours: Wed 13-15, P1258), Erik Hagersten
Teaching Assistant: Ricardo Alves (Office Hours:)
Textbook: "Computer Organization & Design: The Hardware/Software Interface." Patterson and Hennesy. Revised 4th Edition, Morgan Kaufman 2007. (Earlier editions than the 4th edition do not contain the right material.)
Course Information: (in Swedish) This course will be provided online with the exception of the last review lecture before the final exam.

Goals: Describe function and construction of a computers components including control, memory and I/O system. Write simple assembly programs.
Contents: Von Neumann systems; RISC and CISC architectures; assembly programming; program execution and control; memory organization; I/O systems; CPU construction.
Teaching: Required: online lectures, practice problems, lab assignments, final exam.
Language: Lectures will be in English, but students are free to ask questions in Swedish.
Course Start: The course will start with the first lecture on September 3rd.

Students are expected to have read the syllabus for details pertaining to scheduling, late days, grading, and requirements.

Online course discussion forum here
The online course lectures are here.

Updated  2014-09-23 11:46:12 by Anneli Folkesson.