CS 233 ALP - Computer Architecture
Fundamentals of computer architecture: digital logic design, working up from the logic gate level to understand the function of a simple computer; machine-level programming to understand implementation of high-level languages; performance models of modern computer architectures to enable performance optimization of software; hardware primitives for parallelism and security. Course Information: Prerequisite: CS 125 and CS 173; credit or concurrent enrollment in CS 225.
This section is restricted to DGS prep. This section will not open to any other majors or minors. CS 233 offers an honors section found under CS 296 33. Must be enrolled in CS 233 concurrently to add enroll.
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Course Level: Undergraduate