Computer Engineering Introduction page 2 Teacher Lectures Per Lindgren Room A2307 firstname.lastname@example.org Laborations: email@example.com chrsta-8 @sm.luth.se Christian Ståhlberg eriuli-8 @sm.luth.se Ulrik Erikstam pataub-8 @sm.luth.se Patrick Aubert Room A2302
Computer Engineering Introduction page 3 Schedule 17 lectures, all in A117 (LKAB). 5 laborations, all in the Unix labs. –you must get a jota Unix account NOW. ENROLL to course before 2nd lecture. 1st scheduled lab: –Lab help personnel will be available. –Other lab help available through email; mail -s HELP firstname.lastname@example.org or according to schedule on the door of room 2302. –1st lab should be submitted Monday 29th 08.00.
Computer Engineering Introduction page 4 Course material Patterson / Hennessy: Computer Organization & Design The Hardware / Software Interface On the web: www.sm.luth.se/csee/courses/smd/082/ –Schedule, course plan, course info (how-to). –Lab assignments. –MIPS LR 3300 Reference manual, (needed later). –Slides, (like this one). –Current Lab status, (submitted, collected, returned, passed).
Computer Engineering Introduction page 5 Laborations In groups of two students, or alone. How to ENROLL. –Must be from jota account. mail -s ENROLL dtlabs@jota NAMN Jan Jacobson KLASS D3A PERSONNR 780912-4321 JOTAKONTO d92-jjn LABBA_ENSAM (or ) LABBA_MED Matti Johansson
Computer Engineering Introduction page 6 Laborations Assignments available through the web page. –Unique assignments for each group. Strict deadlines. –Turn in you labs in time! –Late labs will be collected and graded if time allows. Labs are submitted, acknowledged and returned by email. –Strict formatting rules. –Incorrect formatted submissions are directly rejected. –Current Lab status available on the web page.
Computer Engineering Introduction page 7 Lab help 1st scheduled lab –Lab help personnel will be available. –They will help you get started Purpose of lab help: –To help you solving the problem, NOT –Solving the problem for you.
Computer Engineering Introduction page 8 Computer Engineering what’s that? Computer Organization & Design –Computer architecture: Instruction set. –Computer design: Interfacing the environment. Hardware implementation. The Hardware / Software Interface –Programming the computer: write your own user programs. –Controlling the hardware: write your own system programs.
Computer Engineering Introduction page 9 Example 1 (f5.30)
Computer Engineering Introduction page 10 Example 2 (f5.31)
Computer Engineering Introduction page 11 Example 3 (f6.55)
Computer Engineering Introduction page 12 Branch logic Sgn/Ze extend Zero ext. ALU A B 31 0 4 + +
Computer Engineering Introduction page 13 Why study the CPU in detail? Micro processors occur everywhere! –Computers, obviously. –Embedded systems: TV. Cell phones. Cars. Smart card. Embedded Internet Systems, (EIS). !!! HOT RESEARCH TOPIC !!!