A Case for Teaching Computer Architecture

@inproceedings{Bem2002ACF,
  title={A Case for Teaching Computer Architecture},
  author={Ewa Z. Bem},
  year={2002}
}
Both national and international professional bodies acknowledge computer architecture and organisation as an inherent part of computer science body of knowledge. Despite that fact computer architecture and organisation courses, especially at an advanced level, are disappearing from the computer science academic curricula of many Australian universities. In this paper we attempt to identify the reasons why this happens, and we argue against this trend. We present our approach to teaching an… CONTINUE READING

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