|General description||Computer architecture, parallelism, multiprocessors|
|Tribunales de Revisión||
|Quantitative assessment of computer systems performance, making comparisons among computers in order to choose the best one.||A8425
|Pipelining and its application to simple architectures||A8425
|Concepts of Instruction Level Parallelism and their effect on overall performance||A8425
|Basic concepts of multiprocessor technologies||A8425
|I. Quantitative assessment of computers performance|
|III. Instruction Level Parallelism|
|Methodologies :: Tests|
|Class hours||Hours outside the classroom||Total hours|
|Problem solving, classroom exercises||16||15||31|
|(*)The information in the planning table is for guidance only and does not take into account the heterogeneity of the students.|
|Problem solving, classroom exercises||Formulation, analysis, resolution and debate of a problem or exercise related to the topic of the subject.|
|Laboratory practicals||Practical application of the theory of a knowledge area in a particular context. Practical exercises in the different laboratories.|
|Personal tuition||Time that each teacher has to speak to pupils and resolve their doubts.|
|Lecture||Description of the contents of the subject.|
|Laboratory practicals||Lab assignments must work properly, and the students might be required to do some exams in order to probe they did their own work.||30%|
|Problem solving, classroom exercises||The student will have to solve several exercises during the semester. There will be a deadline for each exercise.||20%|
|Extended-answer tests||Written exam which will include essay questions and problems.||50%|
|Other comments and second call|
The marks assigned to the exercises given during the semester will be that of one of them, chosen randomly. All the assignments must be submitted before the deadlines.
Lab assignments will consist in developing software and must be finished in due times, and the students have to pass every single one. The lecturer will choose the assessment methodology for each lab assignment .
To pass this subject, it is required that the student gets a minimum of 50% the maximum qualification in both, the lab assignments and in the written exam. The sum of all the qualifications must be at least 50%.
The second call will consist in a written exam only, being its mark added to those obtained during the semester for the lab assignments and the exercises.
|Sources of information|
|Access to Recommended Bibliography in the Catalog ULE|
J.L. Hennessy; D.A. Patterson., Computer Architecture: A Quantitative Approach, 5th Ed, Morgan-Kaufmann,
D. Sima, T. Fountain &amp;amp;amp;amp;amp; P. Kacsuk , Advanced Computer Architecture: A Design Space Approach , Addison-Wesley ,
K. Hwang , Advanced Computer Architecture: Parallelism, Scalability, Programability , Mc.Graw-Hill ,
J. Ortega, M. Anguita &amp;amp;amp;amp;amp; A. Prieto , Arquitectura de Computadores , Thomson ,
J. Sánchez , jercicios y Exámenes de Estructura y Tecnología de Computadores III , Estudios de la UNED ,