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Revision 2 M W Class EEE/CSE 120 Digital Design Fundamentals Spring 2021. Schedule Line #s: 11293-13492-19327-18823 Prerequisites: Computer Literacy Instructor: Professor Bassam Matar Office Location Online Via Zoom Email: [email protected] (best way to communicate) Office Zoom Hours: M W 02:00-02:50 PM via zoom https://asu.zoom.us/j/83635906472 Other hours by appointment (arranged via email) Grading Policy: Incorrect Work & Correct Answer - NO CREDIT No Work & Correct Answer - NO CREDIT Will be using the plus/minus grading scale. Grading: Quizzes 15% Midterm 20% labs 25% Capstone Project 10% Homework 10% Final Exam 20% TOTAL==> 100% • All exams are closed book and notes. For the exams, you are allowed to use 8 ½ by 11 sheet of paper both sides for notes. • Exam and quiz dates are subject to change. • If you have a quiz or exam question or problem with how something was graded, contact the professor. Please contact the grader for questions related to the homework’s and labs and copy the professor on your email. • There will be 6 quizzes. • Due dates are firm. Late quizzes and exams will not be allowed. Late Lab work will be accepted as indicated for a 10% penalty. The course letter grade will be derived based on your overall numerical score as calculated by Canvas. Letter grade Course numerical score A+ 97 and < 100% A 94 and < 97% A- 90 and < 94% B+ 87 and < 90% B 84 and < 87% B- 80 and < 84% C+ 76 and < 80% C 70 and < 76% D 60 and < 70% E 0 and < 60 % These thresholds will be set at the instructor's discretion. • Live online class lecture meets via Zoom. Join URL: https://asu.zoom.us/j/83874562931Revision 2 M W Class Course Objectives and Expected Learning Outcomes Students will be able to analyze, design, construct, and debug digital combinational logic circuitry and digital finite state machine circuitry. 1. Students will be able to describe the function of electric circuits that perform logic operations using symbols for logic gates or input/output tables (truth tables). 2. Students will be proficient in the use of algebraic equations to describe and analyze Digital Logic circuits and use Boolean Algebra to simplify the circuits. 3. Students will be able to perform algebraic operations in different number systems (as opposed to the traditional decimal system) 4. Students will be able to design, build, debug, and demonstrate the operation of arbitrarily complex combinational Digital Logic circuits. 5. Students will be able to design, build, debug, and demonstrate the operation of arbitrarily complex synchronous machines given a reasonable problem statement. 6. Students will be able to set criteria to determine the “best” design and select the best design. 7. Students will be able to describe the operation of an elementary microprocessor, create an instruction set for an elementary microprocessor, and enter the instruction set into the processor’s instruction PROM. Students will also be able to enter a program in the processor’s memory and execute the program. Readings, Assignments, Examinations, Special Materials, Required Activities Textbook: Introduction to Logic Design, 3nd Ed., Alan B. Marcovitz, McGraw-Hill, 2010 The book materials we provide should be sufficient for learning and understanding. What is good about this book is the number of problems at the end of each chapter. We will use the book for the class homework assignments. I have created video lectures and sample practice problems to supplement our class lectures and textbook materials. Laboratory information available on Canvas. Submitting Assignments In this class, assignments refer to homework, quizzes, labs, and extra-credit assignments. All assignments, unless otherwise announced, MUST be submitted to the designated area of Canvas. Do not submit an assignment via email. For each lab including the capstone design project, you will have to complete a lab report, using the template provided, and some short videos on the results you obtained. All lab reports must use the lab templates provided. All reports and videos must be submitted to the designated area of Canvas by the due date. Homework assignments must be submitted on Canvas. Scan all your homework pages solution as one file and submit on Canvas. Assignment due dates follow Arizona Standard time. Click the following link to access the Time Converter (Links to an external site.) to ensure you account for the difference in Time Zones. Note: Arizona does not observe daylight savings time.Revision 2 M W Class ASU Sync This course uses Sync. ASU Sync is a technology-enhanced approach designed to meet the dynamic needs of the class. During Sync classes, students learn remotely through live class lectures, discussions, study groups and/or tutoring. You can find out more information about ASU Sync for students here, https://provost.asu.edu/sync/students and https://www.asu.edu/about/fall-2020. To access live sessions of this class, go to the Canvas shell for this course and check the Syllabus page for instructions. Classroom attendance is limited to 50% of the capacity of the room. Therefore, it may be required that you attend one day per week in person and one day per week online. If you cannot physically be on campus due to travel restrictions or personal health concerns, you will be able to attend your classes via ASU Sync or through iCourses during the semester. Face Coverings Required at ASU Locations Everyone will be required to wear a face cover while in ASU buildings. Face coverings will also be required in outdoor community spaces where social distancing isn’t possible. Technology Requirements ASU Sync classes can be live streamed anywhere with the proper technology. We encourage you to use a PC or Apple laptop or desktop equipped with a built-in or standalone webcam. You will need an internet connection that can effectively stream live broadcasts. It is recommended that your internet download speed is at least 5.0 mbps. You can use this tool to test your current connection. We do not recommend the use of iPads or Chromebooks for ASU Sync as these devices do not work for class exams that may be proctored remotely. If you are not able to personally finance the equipment you need to attend class via ASU Sync, ASU has a laptop and WiFi hotspot

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