mzahran AT cs DOT nyu DOT edu
Tu/Th 2:00-3:15 pm
Location: WWH 109
Office Hours (WWH 320): Tuedays 4:00-6:00pm
Welcome students! ... to
the Computer Systems Organization course, edition Fall 2014.
I will keep updating this page regularly. If you have
questions related to that course feel free to email me.
Here is some basic information:
- Our grader: Mahla Rahiminejad mr3600 AT nyu dot edu
Topic: Discussing hw1 solution + extra C exercises
Topic: using gdb and objdump (with examples)
Topic: cache lab discussion
Topic: malloc lab discussion
Final exam Dec 16th 2-3:50pm WWH 109
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Lecture Notes(Reading material refers to textbook, unless stated otherwise)
Setup your lab environment.
Links (Geeky stuff )
If you have an
interesting link, please email it to the instructor and it will find
its way to this page.C tutorial
Another C tutorial
Unix commands cheat sheet
gdb cheat sheet: here (for 32-bit) and here (for 64-bit)
About coding style (If we cannot understand your code, your grade may be affected!!)
Intel 64 and IA-32 Software Developer manuals
IA32 cheat sheet (source: http://www.stanford.edu/class/cs107/other/IA32_Cheat_Sheet.pdf)