COS 583 / ELE 583
Great Moments in Computing
Course covers pivotal developments in computing, including hardware, software, and theory. Material will be covered by reading seminal papers, patents, and descriptions of highly-influential architectures. Course emphasizes a deep understanding of the discoveries and inventions that brought computer systems to where they are today, and class is discussion-oriented. Final project or paper required. Graduate students and advanced undergraduates from ELE, COS, and related fields welcome.
Prerequisites and Restrictions:
COS 217 and 226 or equivalent. Undergrads: Juniors and seniors only.
Undergrads: course counts as a departmental course.
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