Computer Engineering, I
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Displaying course information from Spring 2014.
|ADB||DIS||0900 - 0950||R||170 Everitt Lab||Jifei Xu
|ADC||DIS||1000 - 1050||R||163 Everitt Lab||Jifei Xu
|ADD||DIS||1100 - 1150||R||163 Everitt Lab||Christopher Ryu
|ADE||DIS||1200 - 1250||R||170 Everitt Lab||Ha Uk Chung
|ADF||DIS||1300 - 1350||R||170 Everitt Lab||Ha Uk Chung
|ADG||DIS||1400 - 1450||R||170 Everitt Lab||Chunan Wei
|ADH||DIS||1500 - 1550||R||170 Everitt Lab||Vinay Maddali
|AL1||LEC||1200 - 1250||M W||112 Chemistry Annex||Donna Brown
|AL2||LEC||0900 - 0950||M W||103 Talbot Laboratory||Volodymyr Kindratenko
|Official Description||Digital logic and computer systems. Representation of information; combinational network analysis and design; sequential network analysis and design; computer organization and control. Laboratory for design and simulation of digital systems. Course Information: Credit is not given for both ECE 290 and CS 231. Prerequisite: Credit or concurrent registration in ECE 190. Class Schedule Information: Students must register for one discussion and one lecture section.|
|Subject Area||Computer Engineering|
|Course Prerequisites||Credit or concurrent registration in ECE 190|
Zbigniew T Kalbarczyk
|Detailed Description and Outline
An understanding of the working of digital systems, including computer organization at the functional and logical levels.
Credit is not given for both ECE 290 and CS 231.
||There are assignments each week on UNIX graphic workstations running a commercial CAD System. Half of the assignments utilize schematic capture and simulation software to teach combinational and sequential logic design concepts.|
||Mano & Kime, Logic and Computer Design Fundamentals, Prentice-Hall, 1997|
Engineering Science: 67%
Engineering Design: 33%
ECE 290 is required for undergraduates in both electrical engineering and computer engineering curricula. The overall goals of the course are
By the end of ECE 290, students understand how computers execute instructions, and they are able to design the hardware of a computer.
Representation of information
Ethics and professionalism