Computer Organization presents the principles, characteristics, and trends of computer systems design at a level appropriate for all computer scientists and computer engineers. It expands on the role of a traditional computer architecture course, focusing largely on the hardware design, to include aspects of the complete system, comprising the hardware, operating system, compilers, and application software.
ECEN/CSCI 4593 during the spring of 2014 is located in FLMG 102 on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 12:00PM to 12:50PM. The course is taught by Andrew Pleszkun.
The book, Computer Architecture by Hennessy and Patterson, can be found online on frankpuga.com
More course information and homework can be found on the course website.