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Engineering Science 31 (Computer Science 56)
Engs 31 / CoSc 56 provides a thorough introduction to the field of digital electronics. Major topics include combinational logic, sequential logic, algorithmic state machines, synchronous system design, digital arithmetic, and contemporary design techniques, including VHDL, computer-aided verification, and implementation in programmable logic. Following a series of weekly laboratory exercises, the course culminates with a significant project in which student groups each design and build a digital system of their choice.
Distributive credit: TLA.
Prerequisite: Engs 20 or CoSc 1 or 5.
Offered: 12X: 9L
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