Jun 03, 2020
CIS 588 - Computer Organization Credits: 3
Lecture Hours: 3
Lab Hours: 0
Practicum Hours: 0
Work Experience: 0
Course Type: Voc/Tech
This course is focused on the relationship between computing hardware and machine language instruction sets. The course is organized into levels, beginning with logic gates on through microcode, machine language and assembly language. Several computer systems and microprocessors will be used as examples, in the course, along with their supporting hardware and organization of their instruction sets. Assembly language is studied in detail.
- Explain structured computer organization.
- Define the term structured computer organization.
- Explain various languages.
- Discuss the evolution of multilevel machines.
- Summarize the milestones in computer architecture.
- Describe the internal processor.
- Explain what is primary memory.
- Explain what is secondary memory.
- Demonstrate an understanding of Input/Output.
- Analyze and demonstrate knowledge about Digital Logic Level.
- Gates & Boolean Algebra.
- Boolean algebra.
- Circuit equivalence.
- Create basic digital logic circuits.
- Create drawing of integrated circuits.
- Demonstrate understanding of computer clocks.
- Demonstrate an understanding of micro architecture level.
- Analyze computer for improving performance.
- Define the instructor set architecture level.
- Demonstrate knowledge about the assembly language level.
- Understand and explain the assembly process.
- Explain the process of linking and loading.
- Explain the concept of Parallel computer architectures.
- Analyze the use of shared-memory multiprocessors.
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