Office Hours:Mon. and Wed. 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM ITE 322
Office Hours: Mon. and Wed. 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM ITE 314
Teaching Assistants and Office
Yan Hao: Tue. and Thrs. 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM ITE 340
Joel Land: Tue. and Thrs. 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM ITE 344
Yang Song : Mon. and Wed. 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM ITE 349
Andy Rangnekar: Mon. and Wed. 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM ITE 344
Time and Location:
Mon. and Wed. 5:30 PM - 6:45 PM ITE 233
Check periodically for
important class announcements
and written sections of the Digsim assignments will be available from
Yang Song from 12 noon on Tuesday 16 Dec for pickup.
help you with revision ahead of the final exam, a set of outline
learning goals are enclosed in summary
11/26: Please note that there has been a
change to the scheduled date for the final examination. This will be
held on Monday, Dec 15
in ITE-233 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
we will be meeting in ITE-242 to carry out the second inclass lab. Here
is the worksheet
NOTE:- You do not need to print this out for tomorrow's session. Hardcopies of the handout will be made available.
about DigSim: start
11/10: This is the item we discussed in class, the priority encoder
10/28: Here is the Edison work-bench link (Go to "Demos" page and select EDISON) http://www.tina.com/
10/07: Due date for project 3 will be Fri. 10/10 (before midnight)
10/06: Joel Land's office hours have changed. Check above.
09/22: Due date for project 2 will be Fri. 09/26
09/16: The class name for submit is cs313_0102 rather than cs313_0201 as given in the project handout.
09/02: Office hours
for David Bourner and all the TA's are posted above. Homework 1 assigned
on 09/03. Check homeworks section below.
Course Description and Syllabus
Lecture 1: Introduction and Overview
Lecture 2: Data Representation I
Lecture 3: Data Representation II
Lecture 4: i386 Assembly Language I
Lecture 6: i386 Assembly Language III
Lecture 7: i386 Assembly Language IV
Lecture 8: Examples
Lecture 12: Linux Memory Model
Lecture 13: Interrupts & System Calls
End of Midterm Exam Material
Lecture 14: Introduction to Digital Logic
Lecture 15: Digital
Lecture 16: Boolean Functions and Truth TablesLecture 17: Combinational Logic Components
Lecture 18: Circuit
Lecture 19: Arithmetic Circuits & Flip Flops
Lecture 20: Introduction
to Finite State Machine Design
Lecture 21: Circuit Simplification II
Lecture 22: Review of FSM and Cct
Lecture 23: I/O and Memory
Homework 1: Due Wed. 09/10
Homework 2: Due Wed. 09/17
Homework 3: Due Mon. 11/3
Homework 4: Due Mon. 11/10
to accompany homework 4
Homework 5: Due Mon. 11/24
Project 1 : Due Wed 09/17
Project 2 : Due Fri 09/26
Project 3 : Due Fri 10/10
Project 4:Due Fri 10/17
Digsim Simulation Exercises
: Due Mon 12/1
Digsim 2 : Due Mon 12/8
Assembly language Programming Help
Help with the submit command
NASM on linux.gl.umbc.edu
NASM documentation in HTML,PDF,Postscript,RTF and plain text.
Using gdb for Assembly Language Debugging.
System Calls in Linux Assembly.
Function Call Conventions and the Stack
Murdocca & Heuring Textbook Site
A programmer's guide to Linux Assembly Programming
Official NASM site
Architecture Software Developer's Manual.