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DR. AURELIO MENDOZA MEMORIAL COLLEGES Ipil, Zamboanga Sibugay COLLEGE OF COMPUTER STUDIES COURSE SYLLABUS MISSION:

DR. AURELIO MENDOZA MEMORIAL COLLEGES Ipil, Zamboanga Sibugay

COLLEGE OF COMPUTER STUDIES

COURSE SYLLABUS

MISSION:

The Dr. Aurelio Mendoza Memorial Colleges which started as a mission school has, through the years, retained the legacy of its founding fathers. It advocates a strong belief in a truly universal education guided by thy principles of existential philosophy that stresses man as a being for others, the value of humanity, and the cultivation of authentic freedom and social responsibility. Its mission is carried by its curricular units, the elementary, secondary, and collegiate department.

VISION:

The Dr. Aurelio Mendoza Memorial Colleges vision-articulates the commitments as a leading institution in western Mindanao upholding the culture of excellence and advocating a strong motivated education, guided by the principles of men that stress equality.

VALUES:

Excellence, genuine concern for people, love of country, integrity, faith and trust in God Almighty, team-work and sense of fulfillment.

IILO (INSTITUTIONAL INTENDED GRADUATE ATTRIBUTE) Recognize and develop one’s creativity, capabilities and potentials to become efficient and productive members of society. Inculcate sound and strong spiritual values and personal discipline. Preserve and appreciate the country’s cultural heritage.

DEPARTMENT VISION:

We understand that economy, technology and demands change, thus, the primal focus of the department is adaptation. The progress of innovative and pedagogical approaches and the development of newly adapted curriculum and pedagogy in response to the rapidly changing demands of computer profession aim to accommodate diversity in learning. We endeavor to expand co-op opportunities for our students and explore additional ways to foster personal and professional growth of standards.

DEPARTMENT MISSION:

The department strives to provide current, comprehensive and student-centered environment for teaching and learning of Computer Science preparing students for professional career. We endeavor to promote discovery, dissemination and application of knowledge involving computers ensuing computer literacy and profession as we believe technology will change the pace of our nation.

COURSE PROGRAM:

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE

COURSE CODE:

CCS202

COURSE TITLE:

DIGITAL LOGIC DESIGN

PRE-REQUISITES:

CCS103

TYPE OF COURSE:

Lecture and Lab

COURSE UNIT:

3.0

INSTRUCTOR:

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course provides a modern introduction to logic design and the basic building blocks used in digital systems, in particular digital computers. It starts with a discussion of combinational logic: logic gates, minimization techniques, arithmetic circuits, and modern logic devices such as field programmable logic gates.

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

By the end of the course, students should be able to:

LO1. Design the basic logic functions, simplification of expressions, Karnaugh maps,, flip flops, simple sequential systems, fan-out, propagation delay, speed, power consumption of logic families. Programmable Logic Devices: architecture and programming using VHDL. Implementing a simple MSI functions using VHDL :

multiplexers, decoders, registers and counters.

GRADING SYSTEM:

Attendance

10%

Quizzes

20%

Reporting

20%

Project

20%

4 Major Exams

30%

TOTAL

100%

LEARNING PLAN

LO

TOPICS AND READINGS

TIME FRAME

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

 

Number Systems, Number Representations, and Codes

WEEK 1-2

Introduction of the course

   

Discussion

Boolean Algebra, Functions, and Minimization

Interactive Activity

Reading Assignments

 

WEEK 3-4

Hands-on activity

PRELIM

Long quiz

Digital vs. Analog, Design Methodologies, Number Systems, Base Conversions, Signed Binary Number Conventions, Binary Arithmetic, Binary Codes, Logic Gates, Huntington’s First Set of Postulates, Methods of Function Minimization, Karnaugh-map or K-map,

Analyzing and Synthesizing Combinational Logic Circuits

WEEK 5&6

Hands-on activities in the computer laboratory

Introduction to Feedback Circuits and Sequential Logic Analysis

 

LO1

MIDTERM

WEEK 7&8

discussion

Standard Logic and Schematic Layout, Designing Logic Circuits, Combinational Logic Analysis and Design, Compressing Truth Tables and K- maps, Beyond Standard Logic: Applications, Programmable Logic Devices, Sequential Circuit Analysis, SR Flip-Flops,

interactive activity

Sequential Circuit Design & Techniques

WEEK 9&10

group activity

discussion

Finite State Machine Optimization & Testing

WEEK 11&12

long quiz

PREFINAL

Synchronous Finite State Machine Design, Inspection Design Methods for Finite State Machines, FSM Design Examples, State Minimization and FSM Design Process, Design for Testability.

Verilog Hardware Description Language

WEEK 13-15

 

Commercial Digital Integrated Circuits and Interface Design

group activity

FINAL

discussion

Types and Variable Declarations, Flow Control Statements, Code Modularization, Logic Families, Multiplier Design, Arithmetic Logic Unit (ALU) Design

long quiz