CMSI 5243 Computer Architecture and VHDL

4 semester hours

Organization, functionality, and operation of hardware and instruction sets of modern microprocessor systems. Design of computing systems that meet desired functionalities. The use of VHDL in the implementation of computer architectures. Topics include memory systems, pipelining, instruction-level parallelism, and multicore processors.


Prerequisite: EECE 3140  

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