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Computer architecture refers to software standards, hardware instructions and technology infrastructure that define how computer systems, platforms and programs operate. The computer architecture is about how a computer system is designed and technologies that are compatible with that system. With this [course_title] you will learn how your computer system works and the design of its structure. Learn about how processes are scheduled, interrupts in a system, memory management and more.

Assessment

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

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Course Credit: Open Culture

Course Curriculum

Module 01
Lecture 1 – Introduction and Basics – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Onur Mutlu 01:32:00
Lecture 2 – Fundamental Concepts and ISA – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Onur Mutlu 01:42:00
Lecture 3 – ISA Tradeoffs – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Onur Mutlu 01:44:00
Lecture 4 – More ISA Tradeoffs – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Onur Mutlu 01:42:00
Lecture 5 – ISA Wrap-Up, Single-Cycle – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Onur Mutlu 01:41:00
Lecture 6 -Multi-Cycle Microarchitecture – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Onur Mutlu 01:40:00
Module 02
Lecture 7 – Microprogramming – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Onur Mutlu 01:48:00
Lecture 8 – Pipelining – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Onur Mutlu 01:41:00
Lecture 9 – Data Dependence Handling – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Onur Mutlu 01:43:00
Lecture 10 – Control Dependence Handling – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Onur Mutlu 01:44:00
Lecture 11 – Branch Prediction – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Onur Mutlu 01:44:00
Lecture 12 – Predication and Exceptions – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Onur Mutlu 01:44:00
Module 03
Lecture 13 -State Maintenance & Recovery – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Onur Mutlu 01:23:00
Lecture 14 – Out-of-Order Execution – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Onur Mutlu 01:49:00
Lecture 15 – Data Flow and SIMD – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Onur Mutlu 01:47:00
Lecture 16 – Virtual Memory 1 – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Justin Meza 01:07:00
Lecture 17 – Virtual Memory 2 – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Yoongu Kim 00:56:00
Lecture 18 – Virtual Memory 3 – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Yoongu Kim 01:12:00
Module 04
Lecture 19 – SIMD and GPUs – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Onur Mutlu 00:28:00
Lecture 20 – GPUs, VLIW, Systolic Arrays – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 01:47:00
Lecture 21 Static Instruction Scheduling – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Onur Mutlu 01:50:00
Lecture 22 – Memory Hierarchy – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Onur Mutlu 01:46:00
Lecture 23 – Caches – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Onur Mutlu 01:38:00
Lecture 24 – Advanced Caches – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Onur Mutlu 01:41:00
Module 05
Lecture 25 – Main Memory and DRAM Basics – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Onur Mutlu 01:35:00
Lecture 26 – Memory Controllers & Scheduling – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 01:28:00
Lecture 27 – Memory Scheduling – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Onur Mutlu 01:38:00
Lecture 28 – Runahead Execution – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Onur Mutlu 01:38:00
Lecture 29 – Prefetching – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Onur Mutlu 01:38:00
Lecture 30A – Advanced Prefetching – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Onur Mutlu 01:46:00
Module 06
Lecture 30B – Multiprocessors – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Onur Mutlu 01:46:00
Lecture 31 – Consistency & Coherence – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Onur Mutlu 01:46:00
Lecture 32 – Interconnects – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Onur Mutlu 01:42:00
Lecture 33 – Heterogeneous Multi-Core – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Onur Mutlu 01:43:00
Lecture 34 – Emerging Memory Tech – Carnegie Mellon – Computer Architecture 2013 – Justin Meza 01:35:00
Assessment
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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