On the basis of
IMT1031 - Fundamental Programming
Expected learning outcomes
- Have knowledge within number system.
- Know the major topics digital technology.
- Have the necessary understanding of programmable digital circuits.
- Know about technical principles for modern microcontroller architecture and low-level programming.
- How programmable circuits and microcontrollers work.
- Conversion between number systems.
- Simplify Boolean functions, either using Boolean algebra or Karnaugh diagram.
- Synthesis of sequential circuits.
- Be able to program modern microcontrollers.
- Programming at low level, using C programming.
- Work in lab and to write lab-reports.
- Be able to understand the relation between hardware and software.
- Understanding relation between low-level and high-level programming.
- Number systems and codes
- Boolean algebra and Karnaugh map
- Logical and combinatory circuits
- Latches and flip-flops, sequential circuits, synthesis of synchronous circuits
- Multiplexers and demultiplexers
- Memory circuits
- Programming of microcontroller (C-programming and assembly programming)
- Hardware architecture (CPU, ALU, Stacks, busses and internal memory)
- Parallel/serial in/out circuits
- Interrupt and timers
- Analog to Digital converting (ADC)
- Direct Memory Access (DMA)
- Numerical processes
Form(s) of Assessment
Written exam, 4 hours
Evaluation of Project(s)
Form(s) of Assessment (additional text)
- Written exam, 3 hours (counts 40%)
- Project(s) (counts 60%)
- Both parts have to be passed.
Alphabetical Scale, A(best) – F (fail)
Graded by 2 course instructors. Graded periodically externally, next time 2015-2016
Re-sit in August 2016 for the Written examination.
Submission of a project report in the digital technology section and a project report in the microcontroller section.
Is given when the semester starts.