ELE 475 / COS 475
Modern computer processor architecture. I/O Architecture. Instruction-set architecture and high-performance processor organization including pipelining and data and instruction parallelism. Cache, memory, and storage architectures. Multiprocessors and multicore processors. Coherent caches. Interconnection and network infrastructures.
Sample reading list:
Hennessy, J. and Patterson D., Computer Architecture: A Quantitive Approach
Shen, J. and Lipasti, M., Modern Processor Design
See instructor for complete list
Homework - 5 problem sets during the semester. Project work: final project with oral presentation due on Dean's date. 20 pages of reading per week.
Mid Term Exam - 20%
Final Exam - 30%
Design Project - 20%
Lab Reports - 25%
Class/Precept Participation - 5%
Not Open to Freshmen.
Prerequisites and Restrictions:
Permission of Instructor or ELE 375 or (COS 375 or its equivalent). Seniors and graduate students may waive prerequisites with instructor's permission..
If the course indicates that enrollment capacity has been reached, students are encouraged to come to the class and speak with the professor about enrollment.
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