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* Nell Dale and John Lewis, [[http://www.jblearning.com/catalog/9780763776466/|Computer Science Illuminated]], Fourth Edition, Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2011.
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(:cell valign=top :) Semiconductor Bldg. Lecture room #330110
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(:cell valign=top :) Lecture room #330110, Chemistry Bldg.
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* J. Glenn Brookshear, [[http://wps.aw.com/aw_brookshear_compsci_10/|Computer Science: An Overview]], 10th Edition, Pearson Education, Inc., 2009.
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(:cell valign=top :) Computer architectures have been drastically evolved since early 1980. Pipelining, cache, and branch prediction have been major features in modern microprocessor design. They are invented for high performance processors first, then equipped in PC processors we are using everyday. In our class, we focus on common computer architectural features for personal computers, servers, and embedded devices. At the end of this course you will understand basic principles on pipelining, cache hierarchies, memory systems, storage, and I/O systems.
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(:cell valign=top :) The goal of this course is to explore a broad view of the computer science and engineering discipline, focusing on the computer's role in representing, storing, manipulating, and communicating information. This course is not intended to offer complete coverage for every topic. Instead, we will choose several representative areas, demonstrating the issues and challenges at hand. Topics include computer systems organization, algorithms, operating systems, networks, databases, etc.
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!! ICE2010: Introduction to Computer Engineering (Spring 2011)

!!! [General information]


(:table border=0 width=90% align=left :)
(:cellnr width=15% valign=top :) '''When:'''
(:cell valign=top :) 16:00 - 17:50 (Thursday)
(:cellnr valign=top :) '''Where:'''
(:cell valign=top :) TBD, Semiconductor Bldg.
(:cellnr valign=top :) '''Instructor:'''
(:cell valign=bottom :) [[http://csl.skku.edu/jinsoo|Jin-Soo Kim]] \\
Associate Professor\\
[[http://csl.skku.edu|Computer Systems Laboratory]]
(:cellnr valign=top :) '''Course'''\\
'''Description:'''
(:cell valign=top :) Computer architectures have been drastically evolved since early 1980. Pipelining, cache, and branch prediction have been major features in modern microprocessor design. They are invented for high performance processors first, then equipped in PC processors we are using everyday. In our class, we focus on common computer architectural features for personal computers, servers, and embedded devices. At the end of this course you will understand basic principles on pipelining, cache hierarchies, memory systems, storage, and I/O systems.
(:cellnr valign=top :) '''Textbook:'''
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(:cellnr valign=top :) '''References:'''
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(:cellnr valign=top :) '''Prerequisites:'''
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* Your passion!
(:cellnr valign=top :) '''Grading:'''
(:cell valign=top :) (Subject to change)
* Class attendance: 10%
* Homework: 30%
* Exams: 60%
(:cellnr valign=top :) '''Teaching Assistants:'''
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* TBD
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