Announcement: If you did not pass DM501 and wish to do the
re-exam now, rather than next fall, you must contact me immediately.
Announcement: For information about modulo computation, etc, for
the 6th assignment, see the notes for lecture 8, in addition to the
lab and assignment on the notes for lecture 10. Jacob Allerelli has
also written some notes in Danish. See below.
Announcement: The last assignment (and any retry which should be
turned in with the last assignment) is due on Friday (not a Monday),
October 28 at 10:00 AM, in my (Joan's) office (in person or by e-mail,
or to a secretary in IMADA's office).
Your last assignments will be graded by Tuesday,
November 1. Pick them up in my (Joan's) office on Tuesday. If you
cannot get there on Tuesday, they will be with Jacob Allerelli. If
your last assignment is not approved, the retry should be turned in
to Joan (in person or by e-mail, or to a secretary in IMADA's office)
by 10:00 AM on Wednesday, November 9.
Computer Science: An Overview, 8th Edition, by J. Glenn Brookshear,
There is a
homepage for the
textbook, including the simulator.
A list of errata for the textbook can be found here.
The textbook will be supplemented with notes.
There will be no exam at the end of the course; instead there are
mandatory assignments, of which all 7 must be completed well and
on time in order to pass the course. You are allowed to retry (only
once) on at
most 3 assignments which were not approved the first time.