CS665 - Computer Architecture
Instructor: Professor Stephan Olariu
CS665 is a graduate core course in computer architecture. In Spring 2019 CS665 will be offered in the face-to-face format. The main emphasis will be on identifying and understanding various quantitative aspects of the cost/performance issues involved in all stages of computer architecture design from functional organization to instruction set architecture, to memory hierarchy design, to pipelining and beyond.
Although most of the course gravitates around single-CPU architectures, aspects of multiprocessor architectures will also be discussed.
Material: Topical coverage
Text: The textbook used in this class is Computer Architecture: A Quantitative Approach by John L. Hennessy and David A. Patterson, Fifth Edition, Elsevier, 2012.
Prerequisite: CS270 - Introduction to Computer Architecture. CS665 is NOT open to students who have not had CS270 or equivalent.
Grading Scheme: For the students in the Tidewater area the tests will be administered at the ODU campus. Students outside of the Tidewater area will take the tests at designated testing centers
Office Hours: Friday 1:30pm - 2:45pm
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