Winter 1999
All items on this calendar are subject to change. Please check back here occasionally during the quarter. Last revised 1/3/99
Lecture transparencies, handouts, quizzes and their solutions, and assignments and their solutions will also be available.
Week Reading 
Monday  Wednesday  Friday  

1 Katz pgs. 650–661 (App A.1A.3), 241–248 (5.1), 1–27
(1.11.3) 
1/4  Administration Course overview Introduction 
1/6  Introduction  1/8  Combinational logic 
2 Katz pgs. 40–61 (2.12.2, omitting 2.2.4), 6583 (2.3) 
1/11  Combinational logic  1/13  Combinational logic  1/15  Combinational logic Assignment 1 due 
3 Katz pgs. 83–85 (end of 2.3) , 92–102 (2.5) (pgs. 85–92 [2.4] are optional) 
1/18  No classes (MLK Holidy)  1/20  Combinational logic implementation  1/22  Combinational logic implementation Assignment 2 due Quiz #1 
4 Katz pgs. 110–122 (3.1), 137–147 (3.33.4) (pgs. 122–128 {3.2) and 147–152 (3.5) are optional) 
1/25  Combinational logic implementation  1/27  Combinational logic implementation  1/29  Combinational logic examples Assignment 3 due 
5 Katz pgs. 160–194, 202–224 (4.14.6, omitting 4.2.4) 
2/1  Combinational logic examples  2/3  Combinational logic examples  2/5  Hardware description languages Assignment 4 due Quiz #2 
6 Katz pgs. pp. 249–262 (5.25.5), 282–299 (6.1) 
2/8  Sequential logic  2/10  Sequential logic  2/12  Sequential logic Assignment 5 due 
7 Katz pgs. pp. 299–317 (6.26.5) 
2/15  No classes (Presidents Day holiday)  2/17  Sequential logic  2/19  Sequential logic implementation Assignment 6 due Quiz #3 
8 Katz pgs. pp. 194–202 (4.2.4), 329–345 (7.17.3), 350–356 (7.4), 383–395 (8.1). Optional: 356–373 (7.6) 
2/22  Sequential logic implementation  2/24  Sequential logic implementation  2/26  Sequential logic implementation Assignment 7 due 
9 Katz pgs. pp. 395–432 (8.38.5), 449–470 (9.19.3), 496–508 (10.1) 
3/1  Sequential logic examples  3/3  Sequential logic examples  3/5  Sequential logic examples Assignment 8 due Quiz #4 
10 No assigned reading. Katz chapter 11 is optional. 
3/8  Sequential logic tools  3/10  Computer organization  3/12  Last day of instruction. Computer organization 
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3/15  3/17  Thursday, March 18 Final exam:
8:30 a.m. 
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