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1 Fall EE 333 Lillevik 333f06-l1 University of Portland School of Engineering Computer Organization Lecture 1 Introductions Course objectives PC Example Prerequisites

2 Fall EE 333 Lillevik 333f06-l1 University of Portland School of Engineering Introductions Instructor Quiz Students –Name, home town –Major, technical interests –Hobbies

3 Fall EE 333 Lillevik 333f06-l1 University of Portland School of Engineering Course Objectives 1.Explain the fundamental hardware blocks of a computer system 2.Assemble and dis-assemble machine instructions 3.Design a 16-bit RISC computer at the logic level 4.Micro-program machine instructions 5.Interconnect agents across a bus

4 Fall EE 333 Lillevik 333f06-l1 University of Portland School of Engineering PC example Socket LGA775 PCI Slots NBr SBr DDR2

5 Fall EE 333 Lillevik 333f06-l1 University of Portland School of Engineering What are the key PC components? Cpu Memory Power supply Graphics Storage/hard drive Mobo Cooling system

6 Fall EE 333 Lillevik 333f06-l1 University of Portland School of Engineering Case Kbd, mouse CD drive Audio, speakers NIC Monitor

7 Fall EE 333 Lillevik 333f06-l1 University of Portland School of Engineering Pentium D 805, 4.1 GHz dual core Top View Bottom View

8 Fall EE 333 Lillevik 333f06-l1 University of Portland School of Engineering What’s inside the micro? Logic gates, flip flops ALU, FPU PLA MUX, DMUX(decoder), encoder Parity generator Controller

9 Fall EE 333 Lillevik 333f06-l1 University of Portland School of Engineering Prerequisites Combinational logic –Truth tables, K-maps –SOP, POS Sequential logic –Flip-flops –State diagram, next state decoder MSI devices: MUX, decoder, adder

10 Fall EE 333 Lillevik 333f06-l1 University of Portland School of Engineering MSI devices MUX: selects one input from many Decoder: asserts one output based on input number Adder: two’s complement

11 Fall EE 333 Lillevik 333f06-l1 University of Portland School of Engineering What is the truth table? ABF F = A·B + A·B

12 Fall EE 333 Lillevik 333f06-l1 University of Portland School of Engineering Schematic: SOP F = A·B + A·B

13 Fall EE 333 Lillevik 333f06-l1 University of Portland School of Engineering What is the truth table?

14 Fall EE 333 Lillevik 333f06-l1 University of Portland School of Engineering What is the logic function? In 1 In 0 Out 1 Out

15 Fall EE 333 Lillevik 333f06-l1 University of Portland School of Engineering What is the logic function?

16 Fall EE 333 Lillevik 333f06-l1 University of Portland School of Engineering What is the logic function? InOut

17 Fall EE 333 Lillevik 333f06-l1 University of Portland School of Engineering Expectations of the Instructor

18 Fall EE 333 Lillevik 333f06-l1 University of Portland School of Engineering Rumors on the Street

19 Fall EE 333 Lillevik 333f06-l1 University of Portland School of Engineering

20 Fall EE 333 Lillevik 333f06-l1 University of Portland School of Engineering What is the truth table? ABF F = A·B + A·B

21 Fall EE 333 Lillevik 333f06-l1 University of Portland School of Engineering What is the logic function? In 1 In 0 Out 1 Out

22 Fall EE 333 Lillevik 333f06-l1 University of Portland School of Engineering What is the logic function? InOut


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