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CSCE 2214 Computer Organization (Fall 2021)

Course Description: Students will study the design and implementation of a standard Reduced Instruction Set Computer (RISC) and memory hierarchy. Detailed analysis of instruction set encodings and efficient pipelined implementation of the instruction set including data and control hazards introduced by pipelining instruction execution. The Laboratory component allows students to apply classroom theory by designing and implementing a complete working pipelined CPU, and evaluating cache organizations through a simulator.
Credit hours: 4
Meetings:

Lecture: M/W/F 11:50 am - 12:40 pm, SCEN 101

Instructor:

Miaoqing Huang

Office: JBHT 526

Phone: 479-575-7578

Email: mqhuang AT uark.edu

Office Hours:

Monday 9:30 - 10:30 am, Wednesday 1:30 - 2:30 pm

TA:Seth Basler, Apoorva Bisht, Luke Waind
Office: JBHT 434
Office hours: Seth: T/Th 11 am - 12 pm; Apoorva: T/Th 11 am - 12 pm; Luke: Tuesdays 11 am - 12 pm.
Email: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]
Lab website: Blackboard (learn.uark.edu)
Textbook:

David A. Patterson and John L. Hennessy, Computer Organization and Design: The Hardware/Software Interface, Fifth Edition, Morgan Kaufmann, October 2013, ISBN: 978-0124077263

Download:MIPS-32 Instruction Set Detailed Explanation, MIPS-32 Reference Card, Prefixes
Syllabus: Download here.

Class Schedule: (subject to change)

Week

Date

Content

Lecture

Note

1

8/23 Course introduction and syllabus
8/25 Number Representations & Operations Lecture_0
8/27 Computer Classification, Components, & Trends Lecture_1.1
28/30
9/1
9/3 Computer Performance Lecture_1.2
3 9/6Labor Day
9/8 Instructions: Introduction Lecture_2.1
9/10 Instructions: Representation Lecture_2.2
4 9/13
9/15
9/17
5 9/20 Instructions: Memory OperationsLecture_2.3
9/22
9/24 Instructions: Logic OperationsLecture_2.4
6 9/27 Instructions: Branch and Jump InstructionsLecture_2.5
9/29
10/1
7 10/4
10/6
10/8
8 10/11
10/13
10/15
9 10/18
10/20
10/22
10 10/25Fall Break
10/27
10/29
11 11/1
11/3
11/5
12 11/8
11/10
11/12
13 11/15
11/17
11/19
14 11/22
11/24 Thanksgiving
11/26
1511/29
12/1
12/3
16 12/6
12/8
12/10 Dead Day, no class
17 12/xFinal Exam

Lab Schedule: (subject to change)

Week

Lab

1

Lab 1
2 Lab 1
3 No Lab
4 Lab 2
5 Lab 3
6
7
8 Lab 4
9 Lab 5
10 No Lab
11 Lab 6
12 Lab 7
13 Lab 8
14 No Lab
15 Lab 9
16 No Lab

Lecture Slides: (subject to change)

Lecture

Content

Download

Coverage

Lecture_0 Number Representations & Operations Link Textbook Chapter 2.4
Lecture_1.1 Computer Classification, Components, & Trends Link Textbook Chapters 1.1, 1.4, 1.7, 1.8
Lecture_1.2 Computer Performance Link Textbook Chapters 1.3, 1.6
Lecture_2.1 Instructions: Introduction Link Textbook Chapters 2.1, 2.2, 2.3
Lecture_2.2 Instructions: Representation Link Textbook Chapter 2.5
Lecture_2.3 Instructions: Memory OperationsLink Textbook Chapter 2.5
Lecture_2.4 Instructions: Logic OperationsLink Textbook Chapter 2.6
Lecture_2.5 Instructions: Branch and Jump InstructionsLink Textbook Chapter 2.7
Lecture_2.6 Instructions: Procedure CallLink Textbook Chapter 2.8
Lecture_3.1 Processor: Introduction & Logic Design ConventionsLink Textbook Chapters 4.1, 4.2
Lecture_3.2 Processor: Building a Datapath with ControlLink Textbook Chapters 4.3, 4.4
Lecture_3.3 Processor: Single-cycle ImplementationLink Textbook Chapter 4.4
Lecture_3.4 Processor: Pipelining Datapath and ControlLink Textbook Chapter 4.5, 4.6
Lecture_3.5 Processor: Data HazardsLink Textbook Chapter 4.7
Lecture_3.6 Processor: Control Hazards Link Textbook Chapter 4.8
Lecture_4.1 Memory Hierarchy: Introduction Link Textbook Chapter 5.1
Lecture_4.2 Memory Hierarchy: Cache Basics Link Textbook Chapter 5.3
Lecture_4.3 Memory Hierarchy: Improving Cache Performance Link Textbook Chapter 5.4
Lecture_4.4 Memory Hierarchy: Virtual Memory Link Textbook Chapter 5.7

Homework:

Visit Blackboard (learn.uark.edu) for questions and solutions.

Exam:

Visit Blackboard (learn.uark.edu) for reference exams and solutions.

Grading:

A: over 90% and the grade of final exam 75

B: 80% - 89%

C: 70% - 79%

Lab

D: 60% - 69%

F: below 60%

Course tasks are weighed using the following scale:

Midterm exams (2): 30%

Final exam: 20%

Homework: 15%

Lab Projects: 25%

Quizzes: 10%

Note: Most of the lecture slides are provided by the publisher of the required textbook. Part of the slides are borrowed from the slides prepared by Prof. Mary Jane Irwin with PSU.

CSCE 2214 Computer Organization (Fall 2020)

Publisher Lab 4 4 4 4 4 4x0 2
Course Description: Students will study the design and implementation of a standard Reduced Instruction Set Computer (RISC) and memory hierarchy. Detailed analysis of instruction set encodings and efficient pipelined implementation of the instruction set including data and control hazards introduced by pipelining instruction execution. The Laboratory component allows students to apply classroom theory by designing and implementing a complete working pipelined CPU, and evaluating cache organizations through a simulator.
Credit hours: 4
Meetings:

Lecture: M/W/F 11:50 am - 12:40 pm, Online

Instructor:

Miaoqing Huang

Office: JBHT 526

Phone: 479-575-7578

Email: mqhuang AT uark.edu

Office Hours:

Online; Wednesday 9:30-10:30 am, Friday 2:00-3:00 pm

TA:Tendayi Kamucheka (Lab sections 2,3,5), Zachary Chapman (Lab sections 1,4)
Office: JBHT 434
Office hours: Online; Tendayi, Mon 10:00-11:30 am, Fri 10:00-11:30 am; Zachary: Tue 2:00-3:00 pm, Wed 12:45-1:45 pm
Email: [email protected], [email protected]
Lab website: Blackboard (learn.uark.edu)
Textbook:

David A. Patterson and John L. Hennessy, Computer Organization and Design: The Hardware/Software Interface, Fifth Edition, Morgan Kaufmann, October 2013, ISBN: 978-0124077263

Download:MIPS-32 Instruction Set Detailed Explanation, MIPS-32 Reference Card, Prefixes
Syllabus: Download here.
Publisher

Class Schedule: (subject to change)

Week

Date

Content

Lecture

Note

1

8/24 Course introduction and syllabus
8/26 Number Representations & Operations Lecture_0 Textbook Chapter 2.4
8/28 Computer Classification, Components, & Trends Lecture 1.1 Textbook Chapters 1.1, 1.4, 1.7, 1.8
28/31
9/2 Computer Performance Lecture_1.2 Textbook Chapters 1.3, 1.6
9/4 Instructions: Introduction Lecture_2.1 Textbook Chapters 2.1, 2.2, 2.3
3 9/7 Labor Day, No Class
9/9 Instructions: Representation Lecture_2.2 Textbook Chapter 2.5
9/11
4 9/14 Instructions: Memory OperationsLecture_2.3 Textbook Chapter 2.5
9/16
9/18 Instructions: Logic OperationsLecture_2.4 Textbook Chapter 2.6
5 9/21
9/23 Instructions: Branch and Jump InstructionsLecture_2.5 Textbook Chapter 2.7
9/25
6 9/28
9/30 Instructions: Procedure CallLecture_2.6 Textbook Chapter 2.8
10/2
7 10/5
10/7
10/9
8 10/12
10/14
10/16
9 10/19 Processor: Introduction & Logic Design ConventionsLecture_3.1 Textbook Chapters 4.1, 4.2
10/21Midterm-1 Midterm-1.
10/23 Processor: Building a Datapath with ControlLecture_3.2 Textbook Chapters 4.3, 4.4
10 10/26
10/28 Processor: Single-cycle ImplementationLecture_3.3 Textbook Chapter 4.4
10/30
11 11/2 Processor: Pipelining Datapath and ControlLecture_3.4 Textbook Chapter 4.5, 4.6
11/4
11/6 Processor: Data HazardsLecture_3.5 Textbook Chapter 4.7
12 11/9
11/11 Processor: Control Hazards Lecture_3.6 Textbook Chapter 4.8
11/13
13 11/16
11/18 Memory Hierarchy: Introduction Lecture_4.1 Textbook Chapter 5.1
11/20Midterm-2
14 11/23Fall Break
11/25 Thanksgiving Break, no class
11/27
1511/30 Memory Hierarchy: Cache Basics Lecture_4.2 Textbook Chapter 5.3
12/2
12/4 Memory Hierarchy: Improving Cache Performance Lecture_4.3 Textbook Chapter 5.4
16 12/7 Memory Hierarchy: Virtual Memory Lecture_4.4 Textbook Chapter 5.7
12/9
12/11 Dead Day, no class
17 12/16Final Exam12:45PM - 2:45PM

Lab Schedule: (subject to change)

Week

Lab

1

Lab 1
2 Lab 1
3 No Lab
4 Lab 2
5 Lab 3
6
7
8 Lab 4
9 Lab 5
10 Lab 6
11 Lab 7
12 Lab 8
13 Lab 9
14 No Lab
15 Makeup
16 No Lab

Lecture Slides: (subject to change)

Lecture

Content

Download

Coverage

Lecture_0 Number Representations & Operations Link Textbook Chapter 2.4
Lecture_1.1 Computer Classification, Components, & Trends Link Textbook Chapters 1.1, 1.4, 1.7, 1.8
Lecture_1.2 Computer Performance Link Textbook Chapters 1.3, 1.6
Lecture_2.1 Instructions: Introduction Link Textbook Chapters 2.1, 2.2, 2.3
Lecture_2.2 Instructions: Representation Link Textbook Chapter 2.5
Lecture_2.3 Instructions: Memory OperationsLink Textbook Chapter 2.5
Lecture_2.4 Instructions: Logic OperationsLink Textbook Chapter 2.6
Lecture_2.5 Instructions: Branch and Jump InstructionsLink Textbook Chapter 2.7
Lecture_2.6 Instructions: Procedure CallLink Textbook Chapter 2.8
Lecture_3.1 Processor: Introduction & Logic Design ConventionsLink Textbook Chapters 4.1, 4.2
Lecture_3.2 Processor: Building a Datapath with ControlLink Textbook Chapters 4.3, 4.4
Lecture_3.3 Processor: Single-cycle ImplementationLink Textbook Chapter 4.4
Lecture_3.4 Processor: Pipelining Datapath and ControlLink Textbook Chapter 4.5, 4.6
Lecture_3.5 Processor: Data HazardsLink Textbook Chapter 4.7
Lecture_3.6 Processor: Control Hazards Link Textbook Chapter 4.8
Lecture_4.1 Memory Hierarchy: Introduction Link Textbook Chapter 5.1
Lecture_4.2 Memory Hierarchy: Cache Basics Link Textbook Chapter 5.3
Lecture_4.3 Memory Hierarchy: Improving Cache Performance Link Textbook Chapter 5.4
Lecture_4.4 Memory Hierarchy: Virtual Memory Link Textbook Chapter 5.7

Homework:

Visit Blackboard (learn.uark.edu) for questions and solutions.

Exam:

Visit Blackboard (learn.uark.edu) for reference exams and solutions.

Grading:

A: over 90% and the grade of final exam 75

B: 80% - 89%

C: 70% - 79%

Publisher Lab 4 4 4 5

Lab

D: 60% - 69%

F: below 60%

Course tasks are weighed using the following scale:

Midterm exams (2): 30%

Final exam: 20%

Homework: 15%

Lab Projects: 25%

Quizzes: 10%

Publisher Lab 4 4 4 10 Kg

Note: Most of the lecture slides are provided by the publisher of the required textbook. Part of the slides are borrowed from the slides prepared by Prof. Mary Jane Irwin with PSU.