Catalog Description: Introduction to computer organization, how major components in a computer system function together in executing a program, and assembly language programming.
Instructor: Justin Goins
When corresponding via email, please include ECE375 in the subject line.
Lecture times: 8:30am-9:50am Wednesday/Friday
Lecture Location: https://oregonstate.zoom.us/j/91986804284?pwd=c2oyTG1BSSttbVZzaWNoZ0Rrek9wdz09
Zoom passcode: ece375
Office Hours & Lab location: https://oregonstate.zoom.us/j/95180680261?pwd=eVdLQmY1eFd4bmV2cjk5cng3VUxMZz09
Zoom passcode: ece375
TA Office Hours: See the Lab Website
Instructor Office Hours: Monday 2:30pm-3:30pm/Friday 10am-11am
Enforced prerequisites: ECE 271
You are expected to be knowledgeable in the following areas:
- Structured programming language (e.g. C, Pascal) expertise
- Basic building blocks of digital design
- Fundamentals of Boolean algebra
- Introduction to the digital computer system architecture and overview of digital logic circuits
- Digital components and data representation
- Basic computer organization and design
- Microprocessor organization and programming, including I/O, interrupts, and instruction sets
- Register transfer and micro-operations
- Central processing unit
Student Learning Objectives
- Identify major components & their interactions in computer architecture
- Program in assembly language
- Implement algorithms for computer arithmetic
- Compare different instruction set architectures
- Design input/output for embedded processors
- All written work in this class is to be submitted as a .pdf document. All assembly code should be contained in .asm files.
- Remember to use your TAs because they are the ones who execute, read, and grade the assignments.
- Normally I ask that cell phones and other mobile devices should be silenced and away during lecture. Due to the "remote delivery" format of this class, I realize that students don't always have a silent area in which to work. However, please try to be courteous to the instructor and other students in the Zoom classroom. If you are not intending to speak, keep your microphone muted to reduce background noise.
- Lecture: Required. Do not expect a private tutorial if you skip lectures. A student who is absent from class due to illness or family emergency should notify instructors as soon as possible (by e-mail). Notifying instructors and discussing missed work is the responsibility of the student. Graded quizzes will occasionally be administered during lecture. Some of these quizzes will be "pop quizzes" and will not be announced in advance of the lecture.
- Exams: Required. If you are unable to attend an exam you should notify the instructor at least one week in advance via email. If the absence is due to a valid excuse (as determined by the instructor) then a make-up exam will be arranged. Missing an exam without prior arrangements will result in a grade of zero on that exam. If there are legitimate extenuating circumstances, please contact the instructor to explain your situation. All decisions made by the instructor are final.
In serious situations or when the student is unable to contact instructors, the student or family members may contact the Office of the Dean of Students at 541-737-8748 for assistance. The Office of the Dean of Students will provide notification of the absence to the student's instructors and the college head advisor. Students are reminded that providing false or misleading information to obtain an excused absence is a violation of student conduct regulations and may result in university student conduct action. Please see the student conduct page for more information.
- Make sure that you read the Lab Syllabus (available on the Lab Website)
- All homework assignments must be submitted electronically via Canvas prior to the assigned due date. Please be sure to check the deadline when each assignment is posted!
- Late homework or labs are not accepted without extenuating circumstances.
- If you have a complaint regarding the grade you received on an assignment or exam, talk to the individual who graded the work in question. If you are unable to come to an amicable resolution, you may confer with the instructor to explain the situation. The instructor will make a final decision as to the fairness of the grade.
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Assignments - 12%
Quizzes - 12%
Laboratory - 30%
Midterm - 20%
Final Project - 26%
Title: Computer Organization and Assembly Programming Programming: Embedded Systems Perspective (Draft)
Author(s): Ben Lee
Publisher: (unpublished, available on the Lectures & Reading page of Canvas)
Additional papers and online resources may be assigned.
Students are encouraged to study together and learn from one another. However, you must turn in your OWN work for every assignment. Homework assignments are NOT group projects and you should expect all assignments to be checked for similarities with others in the class, prior class assignments, and work published online. You should never be copying someone else's work and changing a small amount of that work, such as variable names, comments, spacing, etc. Working together is not allowed on exams. If you utilize online code examples then you need to cite the resource and author(s). You are expected to be familiar with the Oregon State University Code of Conduct. It is available online at: https://beav.es/codeofconduct
Paying someone to complete your work is unacceptable and will result in immediate referral to the Office of Student Conduct! Cheating and plagiarism are not taken lightly!
You will receive a zero on your first abuse of these rules, and in the case of shared work, the student sharing the work and the student copying the work will both receive zeros. Allegations of misconduct are reviewed by a third party within the College of Engineering. If you are found guilty, the academic dishonesty charge will be documented and maintained in your academic record.
Statement Regarding Students with Disabilities
Accommodations for students with disabilities are determined and approved by Disability Access Services (DAS). If you, as a student, believe you are eligible for accommodations but have not obtained approval please contact DAS immediately at 541-737-4098 or at http://ds.oregonstate.edu. DAS notifies students and faculty members of approved academic accommodations and coordinates implementation of those accommodations. While not required, students and faculty members are encouraged to discuss details of the implementation of individual accommodations.
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