Course topics

  1. Introduction: overall description of the multi-purpose digital computer operation, the central processing unit (CPU) organization, representation and processing of information (data and programs).
  2. Machine language: representation of operations and commands, selecting the command set, designing the command architecture, addressing modes.
  3. Control Unit: application methods by logic and micro-programming, interpretation and execution of command set.
  4. Arithmetic Unit: numbers representation, basic arithmetic operations in digital systems, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of fix and floating point numbers.
  5. Memory Unit: memory types, addressing methods, memory organization, virtual memory, cache memory.
  6. Input/Output Unit: I/O addressing modes, I/O data transferring control by serial polling, interrupt and direct memory access (DMA).

Course Information

University course catalogue:
361.1.3301
Level:
Credits:
3.5
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