EEC70: Assembly Language and Computer Organization



Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Prof. Vojin G. Oklobdzija
Office: Kemper Hall, Room 3007
Office Hours: TU-TR 14:00-14:40  or by appointment via e-mail:


Teaching Assistant: Bart Zeydel,

Office Hours: 2110 Kemper Hall MW 1-4pm  

Class location: 115 Hutchison TR 3:10-4:30pm

Lab location: 2110 Kemper Hall MW 1:00-4:00pm



Course Information

    Course Description

    Course Outline and Schedule

Prof. Oklobdzija's Class Notes

    Computers: Introduction

    Computer Architecture

    RISC Computers

    CPU-Block (PowerPoint)

    Notes 1

    Notes 2


    Notes 3

    Notes 4

    Notes 5

    DLX notes 1

    Midterm Review

    Notes 6

    Pipelining Part 1

    Pipelining Part 2

    Processor Diagram


Book Presentations

    Chapter 1

    Chapter 2

    Chapter 3

    Chapter 9

    Chapter 10

    Chapter 11

Assignment Information

    Late Programming Assignment Policy

    Instructions for setting up an ECE account html,pdf
      Note: To set up password for Windows go to Kemper 2156, 2158, or 2160

    Instructions for accessing you ECE e-mail html

    Submit your assignment: Web Handin

Programming Assignments 

    Assignment 0
    Assignment 1  
    Assignment 2   
    Assignment 3    Extra Credit   
    Assignment 4   


    Homework 1     
    Homework 2     
    Homework 3     

Quizzes and Exams

    Quiz 1
    Quiz 2
    Quiz 3      
    Quiz 4

    Midterm          Feb. 17th

    Practice Midterm 1

Current Grades

    Grades can be viewed at

Important Links

    UC Berkeley CS61C

    Links for downloading WinDLX (courtesy of the Technical University of Vienna)

    Textbook link


    WinDLX Help on Directives and Traps

    DLX Animations

    WinDLX Notes

    WinDLX Tutorial

    DLX Instruction Format

    Download for WinDLX

DLX for Unix

    DLX distribution homepage 

    DLXsim - A Simulator for DLX (manual)

    Prof. N. Matloff's DLX tutorial

    DLX Links

    DLXview simulator for Linux


    Basic Unix Commands

    Prof N. Matloff's Unix Tutorial

Useful links

    ASCII Table

Downloading Adobe Acrobat

To access any file in the sections with the o icon, you will need to use the Acrobat Reader. If you do not have a copy of the Reader, you can download it from Adobe:

o Steps to Downloading the free Adobe Acrobat Reader

(Page last modified: Friday, 2-Jan-2004 14:04:37 PST)