Computer Architecture & Organization

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Texts:

  • William Stallings.Computer Organization and Architecture, (9th edition) Prentice Hall 2010

Reference Book:

  • Patterson & Hennessey.Computer Organization and Design, McGraw-Hill 2001

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course a student should be able to:

  • Understand the operation of electronic logic elements
  • Understand the organization of a computer system in terms of its main components
  • Understand the detailed operation of a simple microprocessor
  • Understand different processor architectures
  • Understand input/output mechanisms
  • Understand the various parts of a system memory hierarchy
  • Have practical experience of prototyping digital circuits
  • Be able to interface digital circuits to microprocessor systems
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