COMP 2659 – Computing Machinery II (formerly COMP 3325)
(3 credits – TG) 3 hours lecture, 1 hour tutorial, 1 hour lab
An introduction to combinational and sequential digital logic design, focusing on its application to the creation of modern computing machinery. Includes hardware interfacing to peripheral devices, and programming techniques for asynchronous and real-time machine input/output.
Prerequisites: Philosophy 1179 and Computer Science 2655 with minimum grades of C- or higher.