CLA CS-550: Advanced Computer Architecture
CS-550 overviews the concepts underlying the design of high-performance computer architectures, with an emphasis on quantitative evaluation and the interplay between computer architecture and the design of compilers and operating systems. Topics include: pipelined, superscalar, vector, and parallel processors; hard-wired scheduling and branch prediction; cache and virtual memory-hierarchy design; shared-memory and message-passing scalable multiprocessors. Case studies including RISC/CISC and SIMD/MIMD architectures. This course counts for 4 credits and assumes basic knowledge of computer systems.
Name: Prof. Azer Bestavros Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Office: MCS-276 (ext: 3-9726) Hours: Thu 11:30am-12:30pm (or by appointment arranged through email)
Time: Tue 9:30am-11:00am / Thu 9:30am-11:00am Place: MCS B31
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Maintainer: Azer Bestavros (email@example.com) Created on: January 16, 1996. Updated on: April 1, 1996.