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CSE211 Computer Organization and Design COD Mid term Question paper LPU-LPU Question Paper

Course Outcome  : Through this course students should be able to

CO1 :: review the structure and functioning of a digital computer and understand its overall system architecture.
CO2 :: describe and understand the generic principles that underlie the building of a digital computer, digital logic and memory hierarchy
CO3 :: analyze the working of memory unit and study the examples of mapping techniques for different cache memory systems
CO4 :: understand functioning of the basic building blocks of a computer
CO5 :: visualize the underlying architecture and connection of various hardware components of a computer
CO6 :: develop innovative architectural designs of computers based on the common and fundamental concepts


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Unit I
Basics Of Digital Electronics : Multiplexers and De multiplexers, Decoder and Encoder, Registers.,
Logic gates, Flip flops, binary counters, Introduction to combinational circuit, introduction to
sequential circuits
Register Transfer and Micro Operations : Register Transfer Language and Register Transfer, Logic
Micro Operations, Shift Micro Operations, register transfer, arithmetic microoperations

Unit II
Computer Organization : instruction codes, computer registers, common bus system, computer
instructions, timing and control, instruction cycle, memory reference instructions, input-output and
interrupt

Unit III
Central Processing Unit : General Register Organization, Data Transfer and Manipulation, Program
control, Addressing Modes, Reduced instruction set computer, Complex instruction set computer

Unit IV
Input-Output Organization : Input Output Interface, Priority interrupt, Data transfer schemes,
Direct memory access transfer, Input/Output processor., modes of data transfer

Unit V
Memory hierarchy : main memory, auxiliary memory, associative memory, cache memory, virtual
memory

Unit VI
Introduction to Parallel Processing : Pipelining, Characteristics of multiprocessors,
Interconnection Structures, parallel processing
Latest technology and trends in computer architecture : multi-cores processor., next generation
processors architecture, microarchitecture, latest processor for smartphone or tablet and desktop

Multiprocessors : Categorization of multiprocessors(SISD,MIMD,SIMD.SPMD), Introduction to GPU

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