Computer Organization and Architecture

From Computer Engineerring Lecture
Jump to: navigation, search



Download All Slides Click Here

Week 1

  • Course Overview pdf
  • Lecture 01: Introduction pdf

[Video] History and Generation of Computers

  • HW1 - Computer Revolution

Week 2

  • Lecture 02: Number System pdf
  • Homework 2 - Number System pdf

[Video] Introduction to Digital & Numbering system

Week 3 & 4

COA_03_Digital-Arithmetic pdf

Định nghĩa một số thuật ngữ / Definition

Week 5 - Digital Circuit

  • Lecture 05: Digital Circuit 1 pdf

Định nghĩa một số thuật ngữ

Week 6 - Digital Circuit

Week 7 - Digital Circuit

Week 9 Computer organization

  • Lecture 09: Computer components pdf


Online Course

Computation Structures series From EDX.ORG: Note: To use those course:

  • Firstly, you must sign up
  • Click to the course's link and ENROLL

Computation Structures - Part 1: Digital Circuits

What you'll learn

  • How to efficiently and reliably encode information using bits
  • The basics of digital signaling, combinational logic, CMOS technologies
  • The principles of sequential logic and finite state machines
  • Performance measures and design tradeoffs

Computation Structures 2: Computer Architecture

What you'll learn

  • The design of a processor instruction set architecture
  • How to translate high-level programs into sequences of computer instructions
  • The design of the datapath and control logic for a 32-bit processor
  • The role of caches in the memory hierarchy

Computation Structures 3: Computer Organization

What you'll learn

  • How to use pipelining to increase a processor’s throughput
  • Virtualization as a way to share a single processor among many tasks
  • Basic organization of a simple time-shared operating system
  • Appropriate techniques for parallel processing


Thiết kế luận lý số, Đinh Đức Anh Vũ, NXB ĐHQG TPHCM

TKLLS.PNG Thông tin chi tiết

Computer Organization and Design: The Hardware/Software Interface By David A. Patterson, John L. Hennessy


Digital Design and Computer Architecture By David Harris, Sarah Harris