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Knowledge about the design of
embedded arithmetic circuits as well as the scientific background of
these circuits is the purpose of this course. This will help the
students to gain more details about the design of processing units and
more practical experience in the implementation of digital systems.
The students will increase their experience in the use of hardware
description languages to model and implement digital systems.
The course is principally designed to impart
technical skills 30%, method skills 15%, scientific knowledge 30%, social skills 25%.
is intended to cover the design and implementation of computer
arithmetic logic circuits. First the courser will cover the basic
principles of computer arithmetic, and then it will discuss, with
details, several algorithms to implement arithmetic operation using
digital logic circuits. These operations are ranging from the basic
arithmetic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and
division) to more complex special arithmetic operations (ex. Square
root and trigonometric functions). This course is suitable for
computer architecture and embedded systems students to learn several
techniques to implement and enhance the processing units in modern
computer systems, which is the base for the high computational power
achieved by these systems.
1- Basics of Computer Arithmetic and Number Systems
2- Two-Operand Adders/Subtractors
3- Multi-operand Adders
4- Signed Digit Arithmetic.
7- Floating Point Arithmetic
8- Elementary Functions
Time and Room- WS 2016/17
|Day||Tyme ||Rhythmus ||Duration ||Room |
to 12:00 || weekly || 19.10.2015
to 15.02.2016 ||MAR 0.016
|Lab|| Wednesday ||12:00 to 14:00
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Course will be managed through ISIS  and registration through QISPOS.
By E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Basic knowledge of digital design and digital design process.
- Basic knowledge of number systems and number representation of digital computers.
- knowledge of VHDL/FPGA is an advance.
- Lecture notes will be provided in an electronic form.
- A text book will be used to provide more details for the students.
- ISIS2 system will be used to publish all course materials.
The overall grade of this course is composed of several components (Prüfungsäquivalente Studienleistungen), and the students should pass each component individually:
40% lab work, 25% Quizzes and Assignments, 35% Exams (at least one final exam)
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