CS 433 T3 - Computer System Organization
Computer hardware design and analysis and interface with software. Advanced processor design, including superscalar, out-of-order issue, branch prediction, and speculation. Memory hierarchy design, including advanced cache optimizations, main memory, and virtual memory. Principles of multiprocessor design, including shared-memory, cache coherence, synchronization, and consistency. Other advanced topics depending on time; e.g., GPUs and accelerators, warehouse computers and data centers, security. Course Information: Same as CSE 422. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite: CS 233.
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Course Level: Graduate