Grundlagen der Rechnerarchitektur

Sommersemester 2019

News - Overview - Registration - Lecture Materials - Dates - Tutorial - Course Assessment -

Written Exam - Literature and Links

News

    • [04.09.2019] Registration for the exam (Nachklausur) via KLIPS is enabled. Additional information about the exam can be found at the bottom of this page.
    • [28.06.2019] Registration for the exam via KLIPS is enabled. Additional information about the exam can be found at the bottom of this page.
    • [08.04.2019] Website updated

           

            Overview

            • Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Hannes Frey
            • Organization: See slides Organisation from first lecture
            • Educational objective (in German): Diese Veranstaltung soll die Studierenden befähigen, die inhärenten Prinzipien aktueller Prozessoren zu verstehen, um diese bei der Programmierung angemessen nutzen zu können. Durch die Betrachtung von Architekturmodellen, jenseits der v. Neumann-Architektur, soll die konzeptuelle Vielfalt der Rechnerarchitektur eingeschätzt werden können. [Modulhandbucheintrag für Grundlagen der Rechnerarchitektur]

             

            Registration

             

            Lecture material

             

            Dates

            • Tuesdays: 12:00-14:00 (weekly), Room: E011
            • Fridays: 12:00-14:00 (every other week), Room D028
            • Note the canceled dates, holidays, and switches of exercise and lecture dates, as given in the following table

            (Lec=Lecture, Tut=Tutorial):

            • Calendar Week: 15-19
            Date (Mon-Sun)08.04.- 14.04.15.04.- 21.04.22.04.- 28.04.29.04.- 05.05.06.05.- 12.05.
            Tue: 12-14h, E011 Lec 1 Lec 3 Lec 4
            Lec 6 Lec 7
            Fri: 12-14h, D028 Lec 2 Karfreitag Lec 5 Tut 1 Lec 8
            • Calendar Week: 20-24
            Date (Mon-Sun)13.05.- 19.05.20.05.- 26.05.27.05.- 02.06.03.06.- 09.06.10.06.- 16.06.
            Tue: 12-14h, E011 Lec 9 Lec 11 Lec 12 Lec 14 Pfingsten
            Fri: 12-14h, D028 Lec 10 Tut 2 Lec 13 Tut 3 Pfingsten
            • Calendar Week: 25-29
            Date (Mon-Sun)17.06.-23.06.24.06.-30.06.01.07.-07.07.08.07.-14.07.15.07 - 21.07
            Tue: 12-14h, E011 Lec 15 Lec 17 Lec 18 Lec 20 Lec 21
            Fri: 12-14h, D028 Lec 16 Tut 4 Lec 19  Tut5 Lec 22

             

            Tutorial

             

            Course Assessment (Leistungsnachweis)

            To obtain the course assessment (6 ECTS-points) it is required to obtain the permission for participation in the written exam via the homework assignments as well as to pass the written exam. The exam is passed by scoring at least 50% of the exam's total points.

              Written Exam

              The written exam is scheduled for:

              Friday, July 26, 2019, 10h - 12h (s.t.) - in the room D028.

              Registration period: 28.06.2019 - 19.07.2019 (deregistration possible until 21.07.2019)

              The second term for the written exam (Nachklausur) is scheduled for:

              Friday, October 18, 2019, 12h - 14h (s.t.) - in the room D028.

              Registration period: 04.09.2019 - 10.10.2019 (deregistration possible until 13.10.2019)

              • You may participate only if:
                • you are registered for the course's exam via KLIPS (information will be published here), AND
                • you obtained the permission for participation by scoring at least 50% of the homework assignments. (Permissions from previous years are also accepted!)

                  Literature and Links

                  1. Computer Organization and Design - The Hardware / Software Interface
                    David A. Patterson, John L. Hennessy
                    4th Edition, Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, 2012
                  2. Computer Architecture - A Quantitative Approach
                    John L. Hennessy.; David A. Patterson
                    5th Edition, Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, 2012
                  3. Structured Computer Organization
                    Andrew S. Tanenbaum
                    5th Edition, Pearson Prentice Hall International, 2006