Compaq Alpha 21164

CS310 - Computer Organization
and Programming

Instructor: Prof. Donald S. Fussell
Spring 2008
MW 3:30-5:00
WAG 101 (Note change from original classroom location)
Unique Numbers: 55460, 55465, 55470, 55475
Intel Pentium II

In this course, you will learn the basic operation of computing systems. Upon completing this course, students should have a high-level understanding of the role played by each major component of the system, including compiler, operating system, assembler, instruction set, and hardware. Programming assignments will be conducted on the departmental PCs running linux. You may also find the tools available on the departmental PCs running windows or you may install the tools on your own computer. However, you must ensure that any programming assignment you turn in functions correctly with the linux installation of the tools.



outlineCourse Outline

simulatorLC-3 Simulator

lcclcc - the LC3 Compiler

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HandoutsHandouts and Lecture Notes


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Last modified: 05/05/08 by Don Fussell