Machine Architecture and Organization (sec 010)
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- November 21st, 2018: The solution set for this semester's
second midterm is now available
- November 14th, 2018: The sample solutions for the 2016
sample midterm 2 are available
- November 12th, 2018: A sample midterm 2 from 2016 is
But because the schedule is different
this year, several questions from the previously-posted midterm 1s
are also relevant to our midterm 2.
- October 12th, 2018: The solution set for this semester's
first midterm is now available here.
Also, the due date for Exercise Set 2 has been delayed until
Wednesday, October 17th (still in class).
- October 5th, 2018: The solution sets corresponding to
the below-mentioned 2015 and 2016 midterms are available here (2015)
- October 3rd, 2018: For your use in studying for the
first midterm, we have posted samples of previous midterms from 2015 and 2016 offerings of the
course. Note however that these are not exact models for this
semester's midterm: our first midterm won't include material about
how arrays and structures are laid out in memory, but will cover
more about C. Also the 2015 midterm used 32-bit x86, instead of
64-bit. We'll post corresponding sample solutions on Friday.
- September 21st, 2018: The due date for hands-on assignment
1 has been extended 24 hours to Tuesday night because of Thursday
night's CSE Labs outage.
- September 11th, 2018: My (Jon Brenner) office hours
today from 4:40-5:40 will be cut short due to a time conflict.
I will be there until around 5:10 depending on how busy it is.
Please email me if you were planning on coming during the latter
half and need me to stay the whole time. My office hours will be
at a different time starting next week, and will be updated on
on the course site by the end of the week.
- September 3rd, 2018: There will be lab
sections in the first week, on Wednesday September 5th, even though
they fall before the first lecture. Instructions for the lab
activities can be found under the "Labs" page accessible from a
link on the left.
- August 28th, 2018: We recommend, though do not require,
that you get a paper edition of the required textbook. This is
because tests will be open-book but not allow electronics.
- August 28th, 2018: Course webpage launched. Welcome to
2021 for fall 2018. This web page is for the 010 lecture section,
i.e. the 3:35 lecture taught by Prof. Stephen McCamant. Watch for
more material appearing here between now and the first day of
classes on Wednesday September 5th.