GISW CS 1410 Computer Organization -- 3 unit(s)
Study of computers in terms of their major functional units. Machine representations of data, digital logic, memory, CPUs, buses and input/output. Instruction set architectures and their implementations, addressing methods and sequencing. Assembly language programming.
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- Course syllabus
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- Course notes
- If you have, or are, taking an introductory programming course in any high-level programming language (C, C++, Java, Python, Ada, Ruby, Scheme, etc.), you satisfy the necessary prerequisite.
This course is available in an online format, utilizing web pages and eLearning, a learning management system requiring Internet access and a web browser. Students may need access to someone who can assist with computer set-up.
- (or corequisites) UNI students: CS 1510
- Bachelor of Liberal Studies (BLS) distribution area
- Students working toward their Bachelor of Liberal Studies may apply credit earned in this course to their degree. This Guided Independent Study course is applicable to the Natural Sciences and Mathematics distribution area. Learn more about the BLS degree program.
Mark Fienup, Associate Professor
Null, L., & Lobur, J. The Essentials of Computer Organization and Architecture. 2006/2nd edition. Jones and Bartlett Publishers. 0-7637-3769-0
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- Visit the GIS Enrollment page for forms and information.
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- Guided Independent Study
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