Midterm #3 Schedule
Professor: Tajana Simunic Rosing
Lectures: Tu/Th 2:00-3:20pm in CENTR 115
Office hrs: Tu 3:30-4:30pm, Th 12:30-1:45pm CSE 2118
Email: email@example.com * please put CSE140 in the email subject line *
Join TED to check your grades and for course discussion/announcements.
Discussion session: F 4:00-4:50pm, CENTR119
Lu, Jingwei firstname.lastname@example.org; Th 11-12am, Sunday 7-8pm, CSE B240A
Mast, Ryan Andrew email@example.com; Wed 4-5pm, B250A
Nath, Rajib Kumar firstname.lastname@example.org; Tu 10:30am-11:30am, B240A
Supanekar, Ketan Pranav email@example.com ; Mon 7-8pm, CSE B250A
Marxen, Josh firstname.lastname@example.org; Fri 5-6pm, CSE B240A
Admin: Sheila Manalo
Office: CSE 2272
Phone: (858) 534-8873
Fax: (858) 534-7029
The last exam is on Tue, June 11th, 3-4:20pm, same location as the lectures
-Professor office hours June 11th 1-2:30pm
-Extra TA office hours
-- June 10th 6-8pm Rajib & Ketan @ CSE B250A
-- June 9th 7-8pm Jingwei @ CSE B240A
-- June 8th 11-12pm Ryan @ CSE B250A
-- June 7th 5-6pm Josh @ CSE B240A
–No TA office hours from June 11th onwards
Course Overview and Prerequisites:
The objective of this course is to give an introduction to digital logic design.
Some topics covered in this class include Boolean logic, finite state machines, two-level and multi-level combinational logic design, combinational modules and modular networks, Mealy and Moore machines, analysis and synthesis of canonical forms, and sequential modules.
CSE 140L must be taken concurrently.
The required textbook is:
Digital Design and Computer Architecture (2nd Edition)
by David M. Harris, Sarah L. Harris
Imprint: Morgan Kaufmann
Obtaining additional assistance
Please use the discussion forum in PIAZZA to ask question.
The easiest way to get answers to your questions about the course is by asking them in lecture, discussion section, and office hours. You can also ask questions by sending email to the instructor and the TA(s). We will try to respond to your questions as quickly as possible, but sometimes a prompt response may not always be possible.
Any students who feel that they may need additional accommodation due to a disability should contact the instructor privately to discuss these specific needs. Also, contact the Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD) at (858) 534-4382 as soon as possible to better ensure that such accommodations, such as alternative test-taking environments or note-taking services, are implemented in a timely fashion.
During this course, approximately 8 homework assignments will be graded. There will also be three midterm exams.Your overall course grade will be determined by the following weighted combination of your performance in homeworks and midterms:
- Homeworks, 10%
- Midterm #1 25%
- Midterm #2 30%
- Midterm #3 35% (will be at the final exam time)
Acceptance of late work
No late assignments will be accepted. Exceptions for UCSD-sponsored athletic or other extra-curricular activities, documented medical emergencies, death of an immediate family member, or other such life-altering situations must be requested from the instructor as soon as possible.
Requests for a grade change need to be submitted in writing together with the already graded homework or exam at the end of class when the graded homework or exam was returned to all students. Thorough review of the entire homework or exam will be performed, and points may be added or subtracted. After the readjusted homework or exam is returned, you may set up an appointment to discuss the results.
As students in this offering of CSE 140, you are expected to know and abide by the UCSD Policy on Integrity of Scholarship (as described in the Student Conduct Code in the UCSD General Catalog), the Jacobs School of Engineering Student Honor Code, and the course policy described here. Please take a few moments to read and review these policies.
Homework must be completed individually. All exams are individual effort. Dishonest behavior will not be tolerated during an exam. Since you are expected to complete all homework and exams by yourself, you will be held responsible even if you plagiarize only a small portion of someone else's work. Furthermore, providing your work for others to copy is also considered as academic dishonesty.
Any student violating UCSD's Academic Dishonesty or UCSD's Student Conduct policies will earn an 'F' in the course and will be reported to their college Dean for administrative processing. Committing acts that violate Student Conduct policies that result in course disruption are cause for suspension or dismissal from UCSD.