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Course Description
 
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| prefix=CS 3223
| title=Computer Architecture
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| title=Computer Organization
 
| description=Basic principles of computer architectural design including instruction set principles, pipelining, instruction level parallelism, memory hierarchy, storage systems, and multiprocessing.
 
| description=Basic principles of computer architectural design including instruction set principles, pipelining, instruction level parallelism, memory hierarchy, storage systems, and multiprocessing.
| prereqs=MATH 2204, [[Courses/CS 3213/Description|CS 3213]] and EE 3333
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| prereqs=MATH 2204, [[Courses/CS 2124/Description|CS 2124]] and EE 3333
| rotation=Spring
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Latest revision as of 10:39, 29 April 2013

CS 3223.  Computer Organization
Basic principles of computer architectural design including instruction set principles, pipelining, instruction level parallelism, memory hierarchy, storage systems, and multiprocessing. Prerequisites: MATH 2204, CS 2124 and EE 3333. Fall.