CSCE 432/832: High-Performance Processor Architectures

Prereqs: CSCE 430; MATH 314; MATH/STAT 380 or ELEC 305.
CSCE 432 assumes knowledge of computer architecture, pipelining, memory hierarchy, instruction level parallelism, and compiler principles.
High performance computing at the processor level. The underlying principles and micro-architectures of contemporary high-performance processors and systems. State-of the-art architectural approaches to exploiting instruction level parallelism for performance enhancements. Case studies of actual systems highlight real-world trade-offs and theories.
Credit Hours: 3
Course Format: Lecture 3
Course Delivery: Classroom