CS-221/CMPE-121 Digital Logic
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"Logic and Computer Design Fundamentals" By M. Morris Mano & Charles R Kime. 2nd Edition, 2000, Prentice Hall Inc.
This is a core course in Computer Science program as well as in Computer Engineering program. The course is an introduction to the basic principles and concepts of a digital system. The following topics are covered in detail: Number Systems, Boolean Algebra, Minimization Techniques, Combinational Logic Design, Sequential Circuits, Registers and Counters, Memory Systems, and Register Transfers. This is a foundation course to all other computer hardware courses. This course is a pre-requisite to CS 223, Computer Organisation & Assembly Language Programming.
There will be twenty lecture sessions. The duration of each lecture session is seventy five minutes.
Course Contents and Schedule
Digital Logic Lab (CS 221L/CMPE 121L)
There is no text for this course. A lab manual will be provided to the students containing the details of the experiments and related instructions to perform the experiments.
This is a core course in Computer Science program as well as in Computer Engineering program. This course will provide students hands-on experience of designing, implementing and testing digital logic circuits. The course contains ten lab sessions, one lab session each week. The students will work on advanced logic trainers available in the Digital Logic Laboratory.