B.E. Electrical Engineering:Computer System ArchitectureThapar University
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First Year: Semester I
First Year: Semester-II
Electrical and Electronic Science
Second Year- Semester - I
Measurement Science and Techniques
Digital Electronic Circuits
Electromechanical Energy conversion
Human Values, Ethics and IPR
Second Year- Semester – II
Numerical and Statistical Methods
Power Generation and Economics
Analog Electronic Circuits
Electrical and Electronic Measurements
Transmission and Distribution of Power
Third Year- Semester – I
Switch gear and Protection
Summer Training (6 Weeks after 2nd year during summer vacation)
Third Year- Semester – II
Total Quality Management
Power System Analysis
Flexible AC Transmission Systems
Fourth Year- Semester – I
High Voltage Engineering
Operation and Control of Power Systems
Intelligent Algorithms in Power Systems
Fourth Year- Semester – II
Computer System Architecture
Basics Of Digital Electronics: Codes, logic gates, flip flops, registers, counters, multiplexer, demultiplexer, decoder, encoder.
Register Transfer And Microoperations: Register transfer language, register transfer, Bus & memory transfer, logic micro operation, shift micro operation
Basic Computer Organization: Instruction codes, computer instructions, timing & control, instruction cycles. Memory reference instruction, input/output & interrupts Complete computer description & design of basic computer.
Control Unit: Hardwired vs. micro programmed control unit
Central Processing Unit: General register organization, stack organization, instruction format, Data transfer & manipulation, program control, RISC, CISC,
Computer Arithmetic: addition & subtraction, multiplication algorithms, division algorithms, floating point arithmetic operations, decimal arithmetic units & decimal arithmetic operations.
Input-Output Organization: Peripheral devices, I/O interface, data transfer schemes, program control, interrupt, DMA transfer, I/O processor.
Memory Unit: Memory hierarchy, processor vs. memory speed, High speed memories, cache memory, associative memory, interleave, virtual memory, memory management.
Introduction To Parallel Processing: Pipelining, characteristics of multiprocessors, interconnection structures, interprocessor arbitration, interprocessor communication & synchronization.