The title of the course CS501 is Advance Computer Architecture. The course level is Undergraduate, and Credit hours for theory are 3. CS501 has been defined as a prerequisite of this course.
CS501 Course Outline
The emphasis of this course will be on the instruction set level and register transfer level, and it will give the students a thorough understanding of the many stages of learning computer architecture.
This course trains the students to construct more complex structures, such as arithmetic logic units, memory subsystems, and I/O subsystems, using basic combinational and sequential building blocks.
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CS501 Past Papers
CS501 Midterm Past Papers
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CS501 Assignments & Solutions
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Course Learning Outcomes
You ought to be able to when the course is finished:
- Recognize the design of the RISC (Reduced Instruction Set Computers) and CISC (Complex Instruction Set Computers) types of Central Processing Units and Instruction Set Architecture.
- Using RTL, describe the actions and framework of a computer (Register transfer language)
Explain pipelines and grade-level Parallelism
- Description of the I/O subsystems
- Be familiar with magnetic disc drives
- Describe the computer’s memory module.
- Know the difference between radix and number systems
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