You are here: Home / Education / Past Lectures / WS 2014 / Computer Architecture II
Personal tools

Computer Architecture II, WS'14


This course offers an advanced study of the elements and principles of computer architecture.

Topics: The relationship between instruction set architecture and microarchitecture manifests itself in a large design space for general-purpose computers.  This course examines the influence of technological advances on architectural structure and style by contrasting the milestones of computer architecture: from stack machines, CISC, RISC, superscalar, multithreaded, dataflow, VLIW, vector, to graph reducers and symmetric multiprocessors.

Last modified on Jul 03, 2015