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CET, IIT Guwahati Computer Organization and Architecture Print this page Web Course Developed for NPTEL Computer Organization and Architecture Objective: This web course is divided into 11 Modules, which is further divided into Lectures. Course Developer Again each lectures contains along with the topic some additional resourses, references etc. For the detail syllabus of the course, click here... Prof. J. K. Deka Prof. Jatindra Kumar deka is working as Assistant Professor in Department of Computer Science and Engineering, IIT Guwahati Contact Detail : Phone(O): +91 (361) 2582354 Phone(R): +91 (361) 2584354 Fax : +91 (361) 2690762 Email-id : jatin@iitg.ernet.in Academic Profile: ● B. E., Motilal Nehru Regional Engineering College, Allahabad. ● M. Tech., Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur. ● Ph. D., Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur.

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COA (Web Course), IIT Guwahati Outline of the Course (COA) Print this page << Previous | First | Last | Next >> Outline of the Course : The study materials provided in this web course is intended for the first level course on Computer Organization and Architecture. It can be used as a supplementary study materials for undergraduate course of Universities/Institutions in India. This web course will help the B. Tech./B.E. students for their course on Computer Organization and Architecture. It is also useful for the courses like BCA, MCA, B. Sc. (Computer Science/Information Technology), where Computer Organization and Architecture is taught as a compulsory subject. The students who study Computer Organization and Architecture, generally study the introductory course on Digital Systems. The students should have some knowledge on Digital Logic Circuit Design course to go through this study materials. Student should have also some preliminary idea about computer programming (in high level language), which will help them to understand how to program a computer to solve a problem; and how the program is executed in the computer. << Previous | First | Last | Next >>

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COA (Web Course), IIT Guwahati Outline of the Course (COA) Print this page << Previous | First | Last | Next >> While describing a Computer, the terms Organization and Architecture generally come together. Though a distinction is often made between Computer Organization and Architecture, it is difficult to give precise definition for these terms. Computer Architecture refers to those attributes of a system visible to a programmer. Computer Organization refers to the operational units and their interconnections that realize the architectural specifications. As an example, it is an architectural design issue whether a computer will have a multiply instruction. It is an organizational issue whether that instruction will be implemented by a special multiply unit or by the method of repeated addition by using the add unit of the system. Though these concepts help us to get some idea about Organization and Architecture, in this study materials, no specific distinction has been made between organization and architecture. << Previous | First | Last | Next >>

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COA (Web Course), IIT Guwahati Outline of the Course (COA) Print this page << Previous | First | Last | Next >> The study materials available in this web course should not be treated as a replacement to text books, rather it should be treated as a lecture notes prepared with the help of some text books. The main text books used for preparing these lecture notes are: 1. Computer Organization and Architecture: Designing for Performance Authors: William Stallings Publisher: Prentice-Hall India 2. Computer Organization Authors: Carl Hamacher, Zvonko Vranesic and Safwat Zaky Publisher: McGraw Hill << Previous | First | Last | Next >>

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