CSVTU BE VI Semester ET&T Computer Organization & Architecture Syllabus

Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University, Bhilai

Semester : VI Branch: Electronics & Telecommunication

Subject: Computer Organization & Architecture

Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Tutorial Periods: Nil

Total Marks in End Semester Examination: 80

Minimum number of Class tests to be conducted: Two

Unit I

Central Processor organization:

 

Bus organized computer, Memory address structure, Memory data register,

program counter, Accumulator, Instruction register, Program counter, Accumulator, Instruction register,

 

Instruction field, Micro operations, Register transfer languages, Instruction field, Decoding and execution,

 

Instruction formats and addressing modes.

 

Unit II

Control unit organization:

 

Instruction sequencing, Instruction interpretation, Hardwired control, Microprogrammed

control organization, Control memory, Address sequencing, Micro-instruction, Formats, Microprogram

 

sequence, Microprogramming.

 

Unit III

Arithmetic processor design:

 

Addition and subtractions algorithm, Multiplication algorithm, Division algorithm

Processor configuration, Design of control unit and floating point arithmetic.

 

Unit IV

Input Output organization:

 

Programmed I/O., I/O, addressing, I/O instruction, Synchronization, I/O

interfacing, Interrupt mechanism, DMA, I/O processors and data communication, RISC, CISC, Loosely

 

Coupled & Tights Coupled system.

 

Unit V

Memory organization and multiprocessing:

 

Basic concepts and terminology, Memory hierarchy,

Semiconductor memories (RAM, ROM), Multiple module, Memories and interleaving (Virtual memory, Cache

 

memory, Associative memory), Memory management hardware requirements, RISC & CISE Processor.

 

Name of Text Books:

1. Computer System Architecture by M. Morris Mano, PHI

2. Computer Organization Architecture by J.P. Hayes, PHI

Name of Reference Books:

1.

 

Digital Computer Logic Design By M. Morris Mano, PHI

 

2.

 

Structured Computer Organization by Andrew S. Tanenbaum PHI

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