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Servizi per la didattica. Teaching Hours Lezioni 60 Esercitazioni in laboratorio Teacher Status SSD h. The course presents the architecture of a basic computer system in all its components and features.

It also provides highlights of the techniques for elementary hardware design as well as of assembly programming. Risultati attesi Expected Learning Outcomes. An important contribution to successfully meet the above expectations comes from the laboratory lectures, where the Students are provided with the possibility of studying and practically approach how to use physical hardware computer platforms organizatio solve real problems.

Organizzazione dell’insegnamento Course structure.

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Students are highly invited to interact with Lecturers, both at lecture and exercise times. In addition, Students are highly recommended to interact also by using the resources made available through the web pages of the Course, such as the Forum tools.


Additional reading among all: Regole d’esame Assessment and grading criteria. The written exam lasts about 45 minutes. The written exam is composed of closed-ended and open-ended questions on organzation whole program of the course. A mandatory oral exam follows the written exam. The oral and the written parts cover the whole co,puter of the course.

The final mark is computed adding the evaluation of the written part up to 24 points to the evaluation of the oral exam up to 9 points. Several problems proposed as previous written parts will be made available to the students through the web page of the course. The written exam accounting up to 24 points is composed of closed-ended and open-ended questions on the whole program of the course.

An oral exam accounting up to 9 more points follows the written exam. In order to have access to the oral exam, it is necessary a minimum score of 12 points for the written part. Otherwise a rejection will be recorded.

If the result of the written part is larger than or equal to 18, then the student can request the registration of the final grade of the exam. In all other cases, the student will can have an oral exam, consisting of at most three additional questions adding up to 9 more points. The three questions will span the full program and can also involve the discussion of the laboratory exercises.


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Failure to satisfactorily responding a question, will imply a negative score for that question and the immediate termination of the oral exam. If less than 18 points are obtained, a rejection will be registered.

Professor s has have the right to ask at any time oral questions to get a better and more complete oganization of the student’s preparation.

The final grade will be determined by adding up all the points collected by the student and rounding the numerical result. Laude will be granted to all students whose number of points exceeds or is equal hamcaher Overall, the exam is targeted at evaluating the students both about their knowledge of basic computing systems architectures and their design.