CSCI 201 - 01, Fall 2015 — Computer Organization
Work hard in this class and you should be able to:
- Explain how digital computers work from the transistors to the software applications.
- Joshua Eckroth, email@example.com
- Eliz Hall 214-9, 386-740-2519
- Office hours:
- Mon: 12-1:30
- Wed: 12-1:30, 2:30-3:30
- Fri: 11-12
- The Elements of Computing Systems by Noam Nisan and Shimon Schocken
- Projects (12 of them): 80%
- Final exam: 20%
Projects are individual activities. You will turn in your materials via git and Bitbucket.
Assignments are scored out of 5 points.
Late work is accepted until the day before the final exam. Late work is penalized 40%.
You may not make use of any code found on websites (excluding this website). You may use code found in our book.
I am strongly in agreement with the Stetson University Honor Code. Any form of cheating is not acceptable, will not be tolerated, and could lead to dismissal from the University. This includes plagiarism of any sort on projects or the final exam.
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