CS grads: the faculty voted to change the Preliminary Breadth Courses requirements in Fall 2000 to be systems, theory, and systems meets theory: therefore CS 252 is included with a set of systems courses such as CS262 or CS267.
Grads from other departments and EECS undergrads interested in taking CS 252 in Spring, read this warning before class starts.
The first class meeting will be on Wednesday January 17.
Departmental Grading Guidelines for Graduate courses
|Lecturer: Professor David Patterson|
|J. L. Hennessy and D. A. Patterson, Computer Architecture: A Quantitative Approach, 3rd Edition, Beta draft, Morgan Kaufmann Publishing Co., Menlo Park, CA. 2001. It will be distributed in class.|
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|1||1||1/17/01||Wed||Review: Pipeline, Performance, Cache, Virtual Memory||pdf, ppt||1|
|2||1/19/01||Fri||Review: Moore's Law, Cost, Prerequisite Quiz||pdf, ppt||Moore's Law reading; Chapter 1 survery|
|2||3||1/24/01||Wed||Caches and Memory systems (Kubi)||pdf, ppt||5|
|4||1/26/01||Fri||Memory Systems continued (Kubi)||pdf, ppt||Liptay Cache reading; Chapter 5 survery|
|3||5||1/31/01||Wed||Storage: Disks, Tapes, RAID||pdf, ppt||6|
|6||2/2/01||Fri||Storage: Fault Terminology, Gray, Queuing Theory||pdf, ppt||Gray Turing reading|
|4||7||2/7/01||Wed||Storage: Benchmarks, Examples||pdf, ppt||Hennessy Future reading; Chapter 6 survey|
|8||2/9/01||Fri||Networks: Definitions, Metrics, Media, Projects||pdf, ppt||Homework #1||7|
|5||2/12/01||Mon||Pick partner and project, submit by e-mail||Partner, project selection|
|9||2/14/01||Wed||Networks : Protocols, Routing, Wireless||ppt||Amdahl's Law reading; Chapter 7 survey|
|10||2/16/01||Fri||Networks: Clusters, Google, Cell Phone||ppt||Meeting signup, Project Survey|
|6||11||2/21/01||Wed||Project Group Meetings (no lecture)||Homework #2|
|12||2/23/01||Fri||Multiprocessors: motivation, classification, apps||pdf, ppt||8|
|7||13||2/28/01||Wed||Multiprocessors: Snooping Protocol, Directory Protocol, Synchronization, Consistency||pdf, ppt||Flash v. Flash , Flash Retrospective reading|
|14||3/2/01||Fri||Multiprocessors: Measurements, Crosscutting Issues, Examples, Fallacies & Pitfalls||pdf, ppt||Chapter 8 survey|
|8||15||3/7/01||Wed||Quiz #1 (5:30-8:30PM 310 Soda); Pizza at LaVals|
|16||3/9/01||Fri||Instruction Set: MIPS, DSP||pdf, ppt||2|
|9||17||3/14/01||Wed||Instruction Set: Vector, Multimedia (Kozyrakis)||pdf, ppt||Cray 1 reading; Chapter 2 survey||Ap B, C|
|18||3/16/01||Fri||Dynamic Pipeline: Tomasulo, Reorder Buffers||pdf, ppt||Meeting signup, Project Survey 2||3|
|10||19||3/21/01||Wed||Project Group Meetings (no lecture)||Chapter 3 survey|
|20||3/23/01||Fri||Dynamic Pipeline: Branch prediction, ILP limits||pdf, ppt||Emer genetic branch reading|
|12||21||4/4/01||Wed||Dynamic Wrapup: Examples and SMT||pdf, ppt||Homework #3||4|
|22||4/6/01||Fri||Static Pipeline : VLIW, static branch prediction, IA-64||pdf, ppt||VLIW, VLIW retrospective reading. Meeting signup, Project Survey 3|
|13||23||4/11/01||Wed||Project Group Meetings (no lecture)||Chapter 4 survey|
|24||4/13/01||Fri||Static Pipeline Wrapup: Transmeta and Trimedia, VLIW paper and Goobye to Computer Architecture (if time)||pdf, ppt||Flynn reading|
|14||25||4/18/01||Wed||Quiz #2 (5:30-8:30PM 310 Soda); Pizza at LaVals|
|26||4/20/01||Fri||How to Have a Bad Academic Career, and Goobye to Computer Architecture||pdf, ppt||Oral presenatation signup; Sutherland's "Technology and Courage"|
|15||27||4/25/01||Wed||Oral Presentations 8AM to 2 PM) 611 Soda; no lecture|
|16||29||5/2/01||Wed||Poster Session 6th Floor (noon-2) Last class event|
|17||31||5/7/01||Mon||Project Papers/URLs due by 4:30 PM|
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Last Modified, 22-Feb-2001