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Please, see web pages of Department of Information and Computer Science (ICS):
T-61.123 Computer Architecture (3 cr), autumn 2005
Version 1.2, 10.09.2004
T-61.123 Tietokoneen arkkitehtuuri (3 ov)
The list of the grades has been sent to registeration and
it can be viewed here. If something is wrong
or your grade is missing, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Exam results. If something is
wrong or if you wish to look at the grading of your answers, please send
email to email@example.com. Next registeration
list is sent on Monday 27 of November.
Next exam will be on next March. The results of October exam
will be available within a week, give or take.
New semester begins and the exam of Computer Architecture
takes place 30th of October. Before Christmas, there is still a
possibility to arrange an exam, if needed.
The last project work round has ended. Thanks for everybody
for the participation. The register listing is here. Again, all weird things in the list
should be notified to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The latest register listing. If
you see something weird in your results, please contact email@example.com. Some
projects might still be waiting for checking in the end of the month.
The results of the exam in April are here. The list is sent for the
registeration on Monday due to the rules of exam result
However, it is possible to check the grading of the exam by sending email
to firstname.lastname@example.org and arranging an appointment with the assistant. If this
appointment leads to change in ones grade, it will be changed afterwards
to the register.
last possibility to get your project work done is
at hand soon. If you haven't done the project work, or you have gotten a
zero, and you want to get this course marked to your receipt, you have to
return your project work by the end of May, that is 31.5. The same
instructions and guidelines apply.
Name your document file as
Capital and non-capital letters are irrelevant.
Apparently, the official course replacing Computer
Architecture seems to be a course called T-0.3123 Computer And
Operating System. The course given earlier in this page, is mainly for
students in Electricity Department, but you should verify, which course is
right for you from the office of international affairs or from the office
of your own department.
grades have been sent to Orek and the lists can be seen
here and here. If
you see a mistake or something missing on your part, please send an email
Preliminary summary of the grades and points can be found
here. It does not include all re-returned
project grades, but all results from the exam in January should be
Results of the exam held in January can be found here. You can see the grading of the
exam on next Friday, 10th of February from 11 to 13 in the CIS library,
The deadline for re-returning your assignment, in the case
you got 0 from it, is by the end of this month 31.1.2006.
There will be one last possibility to get the mandatory project work done
later this spring. It is The Last possibility, for those who want
to have a mark from this course and have not yet passed the project.
Exams will be held until the end of September 2006 by the normal exam
Project work grades. If
your student number is not on the list or you have grade equal to zero,
please contact email@example.com. There will be a possibility to correct failed
project work later this spring.
Summary of all points and grades can be found here. If you think something is wrong with
the results, send an email before Monday 16th of January. After that
date, the list will be sent to Oodi people for registering.
As notified earlier in this webpage, the Computer
Architecture course in its current form has been lectured for the last
time in the past fall. The course will now be transferred to Electrical
and Communications Engineering Department and its Electonic
Circuit Design Laboratory. New webpage can be found from http://www.ecdl.hut.fi/education/3190/index.php?lang=en.
December exam results.
One can see the evaluation criteria of the exam at 16.1.2006 from 13:00 to
15:00 in the CIS library, room B322.
Exercise points of the fall 2005 can be found here. The results of the exam should be
posted to the newsgroup of the course during the Christmas and to this
webpage closer to the New Year.
The evaluation of the project works should be done after the New
Jolly Christmas and very rowdy New Year from the course staff!
Exam 1.9.2005 results are here. To see the evaluation of the exam, send e-mail to
firstname.lastname@example.org before the end of the week.
ATTENTION! Exercise session of Wednesday 14 - 16 has been
moverd for 2 hours later. Hall is still C and the day Wednesday, but the
time is always from 16 to 18. The course staff is sorry for possible
inconvenience caused by the late change.
Course webpages updated. Exercises for the first round can be
found here. The page will be
updated every week before the exercise sessions.
Course webpages updated. This is the last time this course
will be given in its current form and there is no decicions about the
future yet. When the decicions are done, the new information will be
available here, on this website. Old projects and passed exams will be
valid until the last examination date next spring.
Exam on 20.6. results.
Due to the advancing summer, the checking of the results is done already
in 23rd of June (next Thursday) at 16:15 in the terrace of restaurant
Cantina in Otaniemi.
This course deals with computer architecture. The topics discussed include general concepts, instruction set, data path, execution
control, pipeline, memory system and I/O interfaces. Practical examples deal with the MIPS R3000 RISC microprocessor. The students
should have a basic knowledge of programming and digital circuit design.
This is the last semester this course will be given, Fall 2005.
The textbook is David A. Patterson, John L. Hennessy: Computer
Organization & Design: The Hardware/Software interface, 2. edition,
Morgan Kaufman Publishers 1998. Additional material (mainly in English) will be handed out.
The lectures are in Finnish on Thurdays 16 - 18 in the main building hall
A. The first lecture is on 15th September 2005 and the last on 1st
December 2005. The lecturer is Dr. Seppo Haltsonen. The lecture slides can
be found here.
(The slides are adapted from lecture slides created by
Tod Amon for Computer Organization and Design: The Hardware/Software
Approach, Second Edition, by David Patterson and John Hennessy, Copyright
1998 Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, Inc.)
There are tutorial sessions on weeks 38, 40, 42, 45, 47 and 49. The times
and places of the tutorial groups are Tue 10-12 G, We 16-18 C and Fri
12-14 K. Every student should choose a tutorial group and attend the
tutorial sessions of that group. The problems are solved at home before
the session. The assistant first writes down which problems the students
have solved. After that the solutions are studied together. The students
get extra points for the exam in the following way:
|percentage of solved problems
Four extra points guarantee that the exam grade in incremented by one.
Extra points are valid in the next two (2) first exams, the first one
after the course and the second, which is usually about a month after.
The tutorial problems are from the textbook. Their numbers can be found
here on the previous week. In addition, paper copies of the problems
numbers are available at the previous lecture.
An obligatory project is part of the course. An assembly language program
for the R3000 processor is written and documented. The course project
instructions can be found here (doc) / (html). The following documents might
also be useful, while doing one's assigment: SPIM-tutorial-1, SPIM-tutorial-2 and an example of a project report. The deadline
of the project is 12th December 2005 at 24.00. The report should be sent
to the assistants using the e-mail address email@example.com.
The course assistants are Antti Sorjamaa, Mikko Mäkinen and Lauri
Eloranta. Their consulting hours are on weeks 41, 44, 46 and 48 at the
tutorial session times. The assistants guide the tutorials and help with
the project. The assistants can also be reached via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The newsgroup opinnot.tik.tark contains useful information on the course
and the project.
For the exam you should study those parts of the textbook discussed in the
lectures and the tutorial problems. If you need the exam paper in English,
please let the lecturer know at least one week before the exam.
The course grade will be calculated in the following way: course grade =
exam grade *2/3 + project grade *1/3. Both exam and project must be passed
(grade >0). The maximum number of points in the exam is 30. To pass it you
must get at least 12 points. The extra tutorial points only affect after
you have passed the exam.
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