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Modern Computer Architecture

Lecture, Thu 2pm-4pm, Cichon; Tutorial, Fri noon-2pm, Cichon

News

  • Correct tutorial starts on April 22nd
  • Correct date for tutorial: Friday noon-2pm
  • Please find all relevant information on the course home page.

Content

The lecture teaches the architectural concepts that are used in modern computer systems, such as personal computers, game consoles, and smart phones. Several aspects are covered, like super-scalar processors, SIMD, multi- and many core architectures. The lecture also covers memory hierarchy. Specific realization in different implementations (cluster, GPU, SoC) are discussed. Additionally, architecture is applied by means of instruction set architecture (ISA), different APIs (numerical, Map-Reduce, Open*). Since many of these topics are also covered by "Parallel Computing", the focus of this year's lecture will be implementing selected architectures in System-C.


Organisation

  • Volume: 2+2 academic hours per week
  • Lecturer: Dr. Gordon Cichon

Time and Place

Session Time Place Begin
Lecture Thu, 2pm–4pm Amalienstr. 73A, room 118 04/14/2016
Tutorial Fri, noon-2pm Oettingenstr. 67, room 161 04/22/2016

Planning

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Materials

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Tutorials

Registration via Uniworx system.

 


Literature

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Exams

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First exam

Make up exam

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