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The aim is to present the basics necessary to understand digital circuit from simple gate to a processor (RISCV), mainly through lab work and a practical project.
This course uses a hardware description language (VHDL) to describe the circuits, uses software tools to simulate, synthesis, place and root circuits
.The real target is a FPGA to experiment.
In a first part, digital circuits are studied:
In a second part, these methods are used to design a simple processor able to execute a real instruction set ((RISCV).
This course is given at Academic periods 2 and 3.
Boolean algebra ; binary arithmetic
Exams : for session 1, written exam (2 hours): NP2, only one handwriten A4 sheet allowed ; for session 2, oral examination:N2Grading of the project: NP3
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David Patterson et John Hennessy, Computer Architecture, The hardware/software interface, 4ème édition, Morgan KaufmanJohn F. Wakerly, Digital Design: Principles And Practices
Date of update January 15, 2017