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King Khalid University
College of Computer Science
Department of Computer Engineering
Course Title
Microprocessor and Interfacing
Course Code
Lecture Times
CPE220
CPE220 Microprocessor and Interfacing
Course Syllabus
First Semester, 1435-1436
Mon, Wed. : 9-10AM (700) - I1-12AM(7200)
Sun., Tues. : 1 I -12AM(701)
Lecture Room
54/3/A (700) - 44/3/A (7200) - 42'31A ( 701)
Instructor
Dr. Ahmed Said (Course coordinator)
Office Hours
As per time tables of faculty
Course
Description
The course incorporates introduction to Operating System, Computer-System Structures, Operating-System
Structures, Process, Threads, CPU Scheduling, Process Synchronization& deadlocks, Loaders & Linkers
and Memory management.
Course
Objectives
12-
34-
Lab Room: 12/2/A
Mr. Bijoy (Lab Teacher)
Mr. Jamshid (Lab Teacher)
Mr. Jamshid (Lab Teacher)
Apply knowledge of INTEL microprocessor architecture , bus organization and Interfacing of .
memory and peripherals
Develop and manage large software applications ( assembly language ) including planning, scheduling!
and estimation from the conception stage to deployment within the constraints of time, cost and human
resources
Develop mini projects
Ability to use the advance and recent microprocessors.
Pre-requisites
Computer Design & Organization (CNE211)
Text Books
I- R.S. Goankar, Microprocessor Architecture Programming and Applications with the 8085/8085A 5th'
edition.
Reference book
1 - Douglase Hall . Microprocessors and interfacing , Programming and Hard ware ,2nd edition
2- By Sivarama P. Dandamudi. Introduction to Assembly Language Programming: For Pentium and
RISC Processors,2006
Course Policy
Class participation and regular attendance is expected. Students are responsible for bringing themselves upto-date class materials. Exams will be a combination of material presented in lectures, text and reference
books, home assignments and other sources. Homework should be completed and returned in time.
Assignments
Two assignments
Laboratory
The course containslaboratory classes.Students are required This course will help students to achieve the
following objectives:
- Write and Execute Assembly Language Program for 8085 Microprocessor
2- Write and Execute Assembly Language Program for 8086 Microprocessor
3- Execute interface with I/O peripherals
Distribution of
marks
The total marks distributed for the Theory examinations as shown
a)
Multiple choice /fill up the blanks / True/False
b)
Explanation of basic concepts
c)
Long answers/problem solving
d)
Application capabilities based on concepts taught in the class
Theory examination:
S.No.
Distribution of Marks
I
Fill in the Blanks (10%)
2
True/False or Multiple Choice (10%)
3
Definitions/short answers (30%)
4
Long answers (40%)
5
Application/Problem Solving (10%)
Total
Laboratory examination:
Mid Exam-1
1Mark
I Mark
3 Mark
4 Mark
I Mark
10 Mark
- 20%
- 30%
-35%
-15%
Final Exam
5 Mark
5 Mark
20 Mark