Subject: Basics of computer engineering (12 - SERT02)

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Scientific or art field:Computer Engineering and Computer Communication
Course specification

Course is active from 21.11.2012..

Basics of digital system design
Knowledge about the basic techniques for designing and testing digital systems. The acquired knowledge provides the basis for understanding engineering courses which will follow.
Switching functions (analytical methods of representation, Functionally complete system and minimization). Finite automata (methods, time behaviour of synchronous sequential systems and minimum number of states). sequential system design. Combinational networks (standard modules and programmable combinational networks). Standard sequential networks (memory elements and registers). The notion of complex digital systems (AHPL, RTL and basic VHDL). Programmable combinational and sequent ional networks (PAL, PLD, CPLD, FPGA). Design of arithmetic logic unit. Logic design of processor control unit. Micro program control unit (description and realization with VHDL). Hypothetical processor (description and realization with VHDL).
Lectures, Tutorials. Computer practice. Consultations. Students attend lectures, auditory practice and laboratory practice classes. Each laboratory practice is graded. There are three colloquia taken at laboratory practice classes. A colloquium consists of a test which checks students’ theoretical knowledge and practical tasks at the computer.
V. KovačevićLogičko projektovanje računarskih sistema Projektovanje digitalnih sistema2009Univerzitet Novi SadSerbian language
M. Katona, N. Teslić, V.KovačevićZbirka rešenih zadataka iz projektovanja digitalnih sistema2010Univerzitet Novi SadSerbian language
Course activity Pre-examination ObligationsNumber of points
Coloquium examYesNo20.00
Coloquium examYesNo20.00
Theoretical part of the examNoYes40.00
Practical part of the exam - tasksNoYes40.00
Name and surnameForm of classes
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Teslić Nikola
Full Professor

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Bjelica Milan
Associate Professor

Computational classes