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ITBP205: Digital Design and Computer Organization

Description:Introduction to basic electrical circuits, digital systems, and computers; Binary systems and codes; Digital logic gates, circuits, and Boolean algebra; Microelectronics and integrated circuits; Coding and multiplexing; Flip-flops, registers, counters, A/D converters, arithmetic, and arithmetic units; Microprogramming and instruction sets; Input/Output.
Credit Hours.:3
Text Book: Introduction to Logic and Computer Design, Alan B. Marcovitz, First Edition, ISBN-13: 978-0073314174
Coordinator: Walid Ibrahim
Topics Outline:
  1. Digital systems introductory concepts
  2. Number systems and codes
  3. Logic gates, truth table and universal gates
  4. Combinational logic circuit
  5. Karnaugh map minimization
  6. Combinational Circuits: Adders, Decoders, Multiplexers, Encoders,
  7. Sequential circuits
  8. Registers and Counters
  9. A Top-Level View of Computer Function
  10. Memory System
  11. Instruction Sets, Addressing Modes and Computer arithmetic
Outcomes:
  1. Convert between different number systems and represent signed numbers in both 1's and 2's complement representation.
  2. Analyze combinational and sequential circuits.
  3. Design combinational and sequential circuits.
  4. Define a modern computer system's major components, their functions and inter-relationships.
  5. Describe the components of the instruction sets and the different types of instructions and addressing modes.
  6. Implement simple combinational and sequential digital circuits.
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Pre-requisiteITBP103: Principles of IT
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