cs470 - Spring 2004
You'll be able to pick-up your graded homeworks from the TA on Monday, 5/10, between 3pm and 5pm.
Your TA, Mr. Chih-Wei Yi, will be available in room SB-019. In addition, you can reach him by phone at 312-567-5869, and
by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This time is also a good time to ask any last minute review question for the final.
Homeworks and Exams
Make sure you always show your work. This way you may get partial credit
in case the final result is wrong. In any event, please try to prove your
Failure to prove things earns you only 50% of the maximum for that particular
problem in case the answer is correct, and nothing in case the answer is
wrong. In case you can't prove something show at least your attempts or
try to give an explanation of why you gave that particular answer.
- Hw1 Posted 2/24, due 3/8.
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- Hw2 Posted April 4, due April 19.
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- Midterm results: max=%, min=%, avg=%, std_dev=
- Hw3 Posted April 4, due May 3.
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You are required to print out the lab documentation and the lab manual available
on line (see below).
- The SPIM manual (needed for the first seven labs).
The SPIM web page provides additional information on SPIM.
- The dinero cache simulator (needed for some homeworks and labs 8 to 10)
- Lab1 (Getting Started with SPIM)
- Lab2 (MIPS: The Virtual Machine)
- Lab3 (Control Stuctures in MIPS)
- Lab4 (Register Usage and Procedures)
- Lab5 (Memory Issues)
- Lab6 (Arithmetic in MIPS)
- Lab7 (Exceptions in MIPS)
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