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CS 206 Computer Architecture

Credits: 4
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This course introduces students to the organization and architecture of computer systems. The student will learn the basics of representing data and logical manipulation of data in a digital computer. The student will learn the details of the fundamental components of the computer systems and the standard von Neumann model including: the CPU, memory, and internal and external communication devices. The student will gain the ability to make decisions regarding the choice of the architecture needed to meet the user’s requirements. The course will also cover truth tables and logic (Sentinel, Predicate and Propositional).