UCLA Computer Science 33, Fall 2017.
Introduction to Computer Organization

Course objective: Understand how computer systems work, so that you can write better software.

Instructor: Paul Eggert, Boelter 4532J. Office hours are Mondays 14:00–15:00 and Thursdays 10:00–11:00.

Teaching assistants, with office hours to be announced on CCLE:

Lecture, 4 hours; discussion, 2 hours; outside study, 9 hours.

Prerequisite: Computer Science 32.

Introductory course on computer architecture, assembly language, and operating systems fundamentals. Number systems, machine language, and assembly language. Procedure calls, stacks, interrupts, and traps. Assemblers, linkers, and loaders. Operating systems concepts: processes and process management, input/output (I/O) programming, memory management, file systems. Letter grading.

Related Computer Science Curricula 2013 (CS2013) knowledge units:

Related Software Engineering 2014 (SE2014) knowledge units:

Related Computer Engineering Curricula 2016 (CE2016) knowledge units:

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