Computer Organization & Architecture

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Computer Organization & Architecture (COA) is a core course in the curricula of Computer Sciences as well as Electronics and Electrical Engineering disciplines at the second-year level in most of the Indian universities and technical institutions. This is the first course in Computer Organization & Architecture and the course would provide students with an understanding of the design of fundamental blocks used for building a computer system and interfacing techniques of these blocks to achieve different configurations of an “entire computer system”.

This Computer Organization & Architecture course will be developed and taught with respect to Objectives based on Bloom’s Taxonomy. First, we will highlight the main objectives the course is aimed to achieve. Following that, at each module, we will specify the module level objectives and demonstrate how these objectives meet the course level main goals in unison. At the leaf level i.e., the units, we will point to the specific objectives of the lecture.

Also, it will be demonstrated how the unit level objectives satisfy the parent module level objectives. Further, each module will have a module-level problem that needs concepts of all the units therein to solve. Finally, a comprehensive course-level problem related to the design of the “entire computer system” will be discussed which meets all the course-level objectives.

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What Will You Learn?

  • Computer Architecture
  • Computer Fundamental
  • Computer Science
  • IT
  • Software

Course Content

Computer Organization & Architecture

  • Basics of Computer System
    00:00
  • Components of Computer
    00:00
  • CPU Registers
    00:00
  • Micro-Operations
    00:00
  • Instructions in Computer Architecture -1
    00:00
  • IO Organization
    00:00
  • DMA and Magnetic Disk
    00:00
  • Instructions in Computer Architecture -2
    00:00
  • Addressing Mode – 1
    00:00
  • Addressing Mode – 2
    00:00
  • Addressing Mode – 3
    00:00
  • Addressing Mode – 4
    00:00
  • Introduction to CPU
    00:00
  • ALU & Data Path
    00:00
  • Control Unit, Control Word, Control Unit Organization
    00:00
  • Types of Control Unit
    00:00
  • Nano-programmed Control Unit
    00:00
  • IO Organization – 1
    00:00
  • IO Organization – 2
    00:00
  • IO Organization – 3
    00:00
  • IO Organization – 4
    00:00
  • DMA Modes and Problems on IO
    00:00
  • Memory Organization: Introduction
    00:00
  • Memory Organization: Main Memory & Memory Chips
    00:00
  • Memory Organization: Memory Chip
    00:00
  • Memory Organization: Multiple Chip Support
    00:00
  • Memory Organization: Associative Memory, Locality of Reference
    00:00
  • Memory Organization: Cache Memory
    00:00
  • Memory Organization: Cache Memory 2
    00:00
  • Cache Mapping: Direct Mapping – 1
    00:00
  • Cache Mapping: Direct Mapping – 2
    00:00
  • Cache Mapping: Cache Initialization
    00:00
  • Cache Mapping: Set Associative Mapping & Fully Associative Mapping
    00:00
  • Cache Mapping: Hardware Implementation of Mapping
    00:00
  • Cache Mapping: Cache Block Replacement
    00:00
  • Cache Mapping: Types of Cache Misses
    00:00
  • Computer science MultiLevel Cache
    00:00
  • Practice Questions on Cache Memory – 1
    00:00
  • Complex Problems on Instructions (COA)
    00:00
  • Practice Questions on Cache Memory – 2
    00:00
  • Magnetic Disk: Disk Platter, Track, Sector, Disk Access Time
    00:00
  • Magnetic Disk: Disk Access Time, Disk Addressing
    00:00
  • Revision: Addressing Modes (COA)
    00:00
  • DPP on Magnetic Disk
    00:00
  • Parallel Processing, Flynn’s Classification & Pipelining
    00:00
  • DPP on Synchronous Pipeline & Pipeline
    00:00
  • Instruction Pipeline, Pipeline Hazards
    00:00
  • Pipeline Hazards & Data Hazard Classifications: RAW, WAW, WAR
    00:00
  • DPP: Instruction Pipeline
    00:00
  • Non-Linear Pipeline
    00:00
  • Floating Point Representation: Conventional
    00:00
  • Floating Point Representation: IEEE – 754 Representation
    00:00

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