We have posted the Final exam solution on the Handouts page.
We have posted the Exam 2 solution on the Handouts page.
The final exam will be held Friday, May 11th, 7–10 p.m. in ECJ 1.202.
Problem Set 6 Solution has been posted on the Problem Sets page.
To help you prepare for the final exam, we have posted the final exam and the solution from Fall 2005 on the Handouts page.
A new Lab Assignment 6 clarification has been updated on the Lab 6 Clarifications page.
Problem Set 6 is now posted on the Problem Sets page.
Dr. Patt will hold extended office hours on Monday, May 7th, 6–10 p.m. and Tuesday, May 8th, 3–6 p.m. in the regular classroom (CPE 2.208).
Lab Assignment 6 has been posted on the Lab Assignments page.
The error in the definition of the unaligned access exception in the Exceptions section is now fixed.
Please see the Lab Assignments page for new Lab 4 testing and Lab 5 submission instructions.
Lab 5 submission is now open. Submission instructions have been posted on the Lab Assignments page. Lab 4 testing system is now turned off.
Please make you sure your Lab 4 is correct before starting Lab 5. The testing system for Lab 4 is now working. Use it the same way as in Lab 3. Remember, passing all the tests does not mean that your Lab 4 is correct!
Lab Assignment 5 has been posted on the Lab Assignments page.
Problem Set 5 Solution has been posted on the Problem Sets page.
There will be no office hours on April 18, Wednesday.
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We have corrected some more issues with Problem Set 5 question 1.
Dr. Patt will hold a review session for Exam 2 on Sunday, April 15th at 6 p.m. in our regular classroom (CPE 2.208).
Exam 2 annotated buzzwords have been posted on the Handouts page.
To help you prepare for Exam 2, we have posted Exam 2 and the solution from Fall 2005 on the Handouts page.
The link to the Cray-1 paper referenced in class is now posted on the Handouts page.
We corrected an error in the state controller logic diagram for Problem Set 5 question 1b.
Problem Set 5 is now posted on the Problem Sets page.
A few of you have not been able to submit Lab 4 on time. Since this lab is very important and needs to be completed before you start Lab 5, we will accept submissions of Lab 4 until April 10, 11:59 p.m. To be fair to the students who did manage to finish on time, we will be taking off points for each late day of submission. The actual penalty will be decided later. If you have already submitted a non-working code and wish to submit again, your last submission will be graded.
Please follow the same submission process; the submit-ee360n script is now accepting your resubmissions.
Submission instructions for Lab Assignment 4 are now posted. Please follow the instructions to avoid any grading problems.
Problem Set 4 Solution has been posted on the Problem Sets page.
Links to two branch prediction papers referenced in class are now posted on the Handouts page.
We have updated the Unaligned Access Exception section of Lab Assignment 4.
Chang Joo's office hours on Tuesdays have been moved to 6:30–8:00 p.m. every Monday. Rustam's office hours on Thursdays have been moved to 6:30–8:00 p.m. every Wednesday.
Please make sure your Lab 3 implementation is correct before starting on Lab 4. Please see the Lab Assignments page for instructions on how to test your Lab 3 implementation.
We have posted the Exam 1 solution on the Handouts page.
We have put up links on the Handouts page to all of the buzzwords and exams we have posted so far, so that you don't have to look for them in the announcements.
Lab assignment 4 is now posted on the Lab Assignments page.
To help you in your studies we have posted Exam 2 buzzwords and Final Exam buzzwords from Fall 2005.
Problem Set 4 is now posted on the Problem Sets page.
There will be no office hours on March 7, Wednesday.
The solution for Problem Set 3 is now posted on the Problem Sets page.
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We have updated Problem 7 of Problem Set 3.
A list of annotated buzzwords for Exam 1 can be found here. Annotations for buzzwords marked with asterisks are given in the Fall 2005 annotated buzzwords.
To help preparation for Exam 1, you can look into Exam 1 from Fall 2005.
Problem Set 2 Solution has been posted on the Problem Sets page.
The review session for Exam 1 will be held in our regular classroom (CPE 2.208) on Sunday, March 4th, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Rustam's Friday discussion section (12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m., unique #16125) will be held in CPE 2.216 starting this week.
A new Lab Assignment 3 clarification has been updated on the Lab 3 Clarifications page.
Submission instructions for Lab Assignment 3 are now posted. Please follow the instructions not to have any grading problem.
The two problems we initially omitted from Problem Set 3 are now posted.
Problem Set 3 is now posted on the Problem Sets page. Please include your solutions to problem 6 and 7 from Problem Set 2. The additional two problems will be updated soon
Resubmission instructions for Lab Assignment 2 are now posted.
Problem Set 1b solution is posted on the Problem Sets page.
Please take a look at the latest Lab 3 clarification. You must follow the guidelines contained therein for your submission to be graded properly.
Lab Assignment 3 is now posted on the Lab Assignments page.
More precise correction on the operation of JSR/JSRR is posted on Handouts and Lab Assignment 2
Submission instructions for Lab Assignment 2 are now posted. Please follow the instructions not to have any grading problem.
As promised in lecture, one more problem (problem 9) was added to Problem Set 2.
One problem (problem 8) was added to Problem Set 2.
The LC-3b state diagram handed out in class contains errors in states 4, 20, and 21. We have posted the corrected version on the Handouts page.
Problem Set 2 is now posted on the Problem Sets page. Also, to simplify testing of your instruction level simulator, we have posted an LC-3b assembler for Linux on the Lab Assignments page.
Lab Assignment 2 is now posted on the Lab Assignments page.
Submission instructions for Lab Assignment 1 are now posted. Please read them in advance: you must be able to login into linux and sunfire machines in order to submit the lab.
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TA discussion section assignments and scheduled office hours are now posted on the Instructor and TAs page.
No class on Wednesday, January 17. Since the university has found it necessary to cancel everything on January 17, We will not meet as planned. The first class meeting will be Monday at 5:00 p.m., January 22 in CPE 2.208. Discussion sections will not meet until after the first class meeting. Therefore, no discussion sections this week either.
The first lecture for EE 360N is currently scheduled for Wednesday, January 17 at 5:00 p.m. in CPE 2.208.
Please print and fill out the Student Information Sheet . Submit it with a recognizable photograph on Wednesday, January 31st.