ECE 271
(3 credits)
Digital Logic Design
Fall 2013

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Lecture Section 1:  ILLC (INTO Building) 155   MWF   10:00 - 10:50
Lab Information ECE 272 does not have any grading connection to ECE 271.
Instructor

Matt Shuman 
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Office Hours in KEC 1115
Wednesday 11:00 - 13:00
Thursday 13:00 - 14:30

other days & times by appointment
Lab TAs

 
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Office Hours in KEC 1119
   TBD
Prerequisites MTH 231 (concurrent enrollment acceptable)
Textbooks

Required: Harris, David Money & Harris, Sarah L., Digital Design and Computer Architecture, 2nd Edition, Morgan Kaufmann. ISBN: 978-0-12-394425-5 

Course
Learning
Objectives
    1. Map the high-level description of a digital system into a binary description. (ABET Outcomes: a, m)

    2. Analyze and design combinational systems using standard gates and minimization methods (such as Karnaugh maps). (ABET Outcomes: a, c, n)

    3. Analyze and design combinational systems composed of standard combinational modules, such as multiplexers and decoders. (ABET Outcomes: a, c, n)

    4. Analyze and design simple synchronous sequential systems. (ABET Outcomes: a, c, n)

    5. Analyze and design sequential systems composed of standard sequential modules, such as counters and registers. (ABET Outcomes: a, c, n)

    6. Analyze and design simple systems composed of programmable logic, such as ROMs and PLAs. (ABET Outcomes: a, c, n)

    7. Perform basic arithmetic operations with signed integers represented in binary. (ABET Outcomes: a, m, n)
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Grades

7 homework sets, ~15 points each, for 100 points
2 midterm, 100 points
1 final, 100 points
Each section is worth 33% of the final course grade.

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Final grades are based on the accumulated percentage.  See the evaluation criteria and grading scale.