- Duration 15 Weeks
- Locations Mubarak Al-Abdullah
Introductory course in digital logic and its specification and simulation. Number systems. Binary arithmetic. Boolean algebra. Combinational logic design. Sequential logic design (controllers). Data path components (e.g. Registers, adders, register files, etc.). Memory components (e.g. RAM, ROM). Register-transfer level (RTL) design.
CSC125 (Introduction to Computing)
At the completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Convert numbers from one base to another, and add/subtract numbers represented in binary and twos complement form. [ABET a].
- Apply the principles of Boolean algebra to design digital circuits. [ABET a].
- Analyze and design combinational and sequential logic circuits. [ABET c].
- Design special-purpose processors using RTL design. [ABET a, c].
- Describe and use memory components (e.g. RAM, ROM, etc.). [ABET a].
- Use computer-aided design (CAD) tools for digital logic design with FPGAs as the implementation technology. (Lab) [ABET i].
- Work effectively in teams. (Lab) [ABET d].
- Communicate effectively. (Lab) [ABET f].
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