and Computer Science Speaker Series
California State University, Stanislaus
Date: Friday, December 2,
Time: 4:00 - 5:00 p.m
Title: SC123 Computer IO Subsystems
Abstract: In this
presentation we will discuss current developments and future plans of
the SC123 educational computer simulator. SC123 computer is being
developed at CSU Stanislaus by Dr. Silverman and student assistants.
Version 1.0 was released in 2008 and used in the classroom since then.
It has a regular, orthogonal, elegantly mapped, simple, and small
instruction set. It has an IDE which contains editor, assembler, and
simulated execution unit with debugging capability. In terms of
functionality, SC123 has the same capability as the Jaguar,
currently the fastest US supercomputer which can execute 10^15 FLOPS.
[Nov. 14, 2011]
In this talk we will give an overview of SC123, discuss IO subsystems,
and device drivers. (If we run out of time, we will have another talk.)
Dr. Silverman will also discuss other research projects and opening for
students researchers. Students and faculty are welcome.