ECE 2035: Programming for Hardware/Software Systems

This course presents execution and storage mechanisms used to support high level programming languages and operating systems. This design-oriented course describes how complex mechanisms are created using operations and storage defined in an instruction set architecture. Assembly language examples illustrate key course concepts. Lecture material is reinforced by design projects that require C programming and MIPS assembly language programming, focusing on performance and storage resource requirements on hardware platforms.


Course Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to:

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