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Introduction to Computer Engineering
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- CLASS MEETING TIME AND PLACE:
MWF, 10:10 - 11:00pm in Randolph 211
- OFFICE HOURS:
Wed/Thur 4-5pm or by appointment in Durham 355
- ECE1574 or equivalent
- Logic and Computer Design Fundamentals (4th Edition) by Mano and Kime, Prentice Hall, 2008.
- COURSE OBJECTIVES:
To address fundamental concepts in design and analysis digital logic and
- LECTURE OUTLINE:
- Intro (half week)
- Number Representations (1 week)
- Combinational Logic Design and Analysis (4 weeks)
- Sequential Logic Design and Analysis (2.5 weeks)
- Register-Transfer (2 weeks)
- Memories (1 week)
- Computer Organization and Assembly Language (3 weeks)
- In-class Exams
- GRADING POLICY:
| Homework || Exam I, II || Final Exam || Labs |
|1/6 || 1/8+1/8 ||1/4 ||1/3
- OTHER COURSE MATERIALS:
Homework, Labs, etc. are available on scholar
- HONOR CODE:
As members of
Virginia Tech, we will not tolerate any form of academic dishonesty.
Academic integrity is expected from every student. These include
- you may discuss homework/lab projects with fellow classmates, but each
student must do his/her own work.
- cheating in homework, exams, or lab projects (exchange of files)
are all considered violations of the honor code.
- SPECIAL NEEDS:
Any student with special needs or circumstances should feel free to meet with or otherwise contact the instructor.
Disability accommodation: Reasonable accommodations are available for students who have documentation of a disability from a qualified professional. Students should work through Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) at 240 S. Main Street, Suite 300 (Kent Square building on Main Street in downtown Blacksburg). Any student with accommodations through the SSD Office should contact the instructor during the first two weeks of the semester.
Religious accommodation: If participation in some part of this class conflicts with your observation of specific religious holidays during the semester, please contact the instructor during the first two weeks of class to make alternative arrangements.
Accommodations for medical or personal/family emergencies: If you miss class due to illness, especially in the case of an exam or some deadline, see a professional in Schiffert Health Center. If deemed appropriate, documentation of your illness will be sent to the Dean’s Office for distribution to the instructor. If you experience a personal or family emergency that necessitates missing class, contact the Dean of Students at 231-3787 or see them in 109 E. Eggleston Hall.
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