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2018/2019

Architectures of Digital Systems

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A0M31ACS Z,ZK 4 2+2c Czech
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Department of Circuit Theory
Synopsis:

Types of processor architectures, singlechip and multichip computers. Processor structures for real-time digital signal processing. Data flow driven computers. Artificial neural nets. Structures designed in accordance with procedures of data processing, architectonical considerations. Design of circuits for digital signal processing and arithmetic operations, design of processors and peripherals, low-power design techniques. Data synchronization and communication between asynchronnous clock-domains

Requirements:

Courses

A2B99DIT

Emelentary knowledge of

- logic function implementation

- basic logic elements (gates, registers), their parameters and structures

Syllabus of lectures:

1.Elementary digital logic design methods, prerequisities

2.Architectures of processors, relations between architecture, computational power and desing parameters

3.Algorithms and paradigms of artificial neural nets(ANN), implementations

4.Memories, memory controllers, cache memories - implementations

5.External memories, memory subsystems

6.Network interfaces and technologies, access methods and their properties, arbitration

7.Architectural considerations - datapath and controller, synthesis, decomposition

8.Levels of abstraction, algorithmic and system synthesis, SW-HW partitioning

9.Elementary arithmetical operations - implementations and real parameters

10.Complex arithmetical operations and their implementation

11.Fault and error tolerant-systems, compressiong, ciphering, sorting

12.Synchronization of asynchronous signals, clock-domain crossing, implementation of proper device reset

13.Low power digital logic design

14.Design for testability and verification

Syllabus of tutorials:

1. Class - introduction - data sheets for digital processor, choice and application

2. Class - steps in design of system using microprocessor technology

3. Class - individual project (IP), study of specific features of several microprocessors

4. PC lab - IP realisation, study of information sources - internet and local server sites

5. PC lab - IP realisation, study of information sources - internet and local server sites

6. PC lab - IP realisation, study of information sources - internet and local server sites

7. PC lab - IP realisation, study of information sources - internet and local server sites

8. PC lab - IP presentation, student group discussion of different microprocessors

9. PC lab - IP presentation, student group discussion of different microprocessors

10. PC lab - IP presentation, student group discussion of different microprocessors

11. PC lab - project of DSP implementation in TMS processor

12. PC lab - project of DSP implementation in TMS processor

13. PC lab - project of DSP implementation in TMS processor

14. Credit, conclusions from DSP project

Study Objective:

To make students familiar with modern techniques of logic devices design for low-power digital signal processing and processor logic design.

Study materials:

1. Šťastný J.: FPGA Prakticky, BEN Praha 2011

2. Stallings, W.: Computer Organization and Architecture: Designing for Performance. New Jersey, A Simon & Schuster Company 1995

3. Madisetti, V. K.: VLSI Digital Signal Processors. Butterworth-Heinemann, 1995

4. Deschambs, J. P.: Synthesis of Arithmetic Circuits. Wiley Interscience, 2006

Note:
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