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CS 0447: Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming

3 credits

Description

The purpose of this course is to study the components of computing systems common to most computer architectures. In particular, this class is meant to introduce data representation, types of processors (e.g., RISC V. CISC), memory types and hierarchy, assembly language, linking and loading, and an introduction to device drivers.

Prerequisites

CS 0445. (Note that CS 0445 may be taken concurrently)

Requirements and Grading

Grading will be based on homeworks (4), programming projects (4), and exams (2).

Recitation: A recitation associated with the selected class section is required.

Expected class size: 48 students

Frequency: This course is offered every term.

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