CS 61C: Great Ideas in Computer Architecture MIPS CPU Control, Pipelining. Instructor: Justin Hsia. Hardware Design Hierarchy. system. control. datapath. code registers. state registers. combinational logic. multiplexer. comparator. register. logic. Today. switching networks.By orrin
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C 2 Pipeline. Wayne State University Advisory Board Meeting July 9, 2013. C 2 Pipeline. First Year Updates. First Year Updates. Since October 1 to June 14 th : We have had : 137 Regular Program Days
C 2 Pipeline. Wayne State University Advisory Board Meeting November 6, 2012. C 2 Pipeline Program. Why Beyond the School Bell …………. 21 st CCLC in Michigan Enrollment since the beginning…. 181,966 unique students served in Michigan since 2003
Analogy. Construction of a house/building:. What do you observe common to these pictures?. Building blocks. The basic structural and functional unit of all living organisms is the CELL ….
“A Program for the Solution of a Class of Geometric-Analogy Intelligence-Test Questions” Thomas G. Evans 1968. ANALOGY. A : B as C : ?. Background: Visual Analogy Problems. Image Processing Line drawings From description Heuristic Problem Solving Rule-finding Representation
Analogy. Reasoning by comparison. Argument by Analogy. Analogies are based on similarity, comparison, or precedent. The inference being made is that two things which resemble each other in certain known respects will resemble each other in unknown respects.
Analogy. Definition: A similarity or comparison between two different things or the relationship between them. Function: An analogy can explain something unfamiliar by associating it with or pointing out its similarity to something more familiar or make a pointed very powerful comparison
Analogy. By: Fatima Kazmi. Summarizing the Article. Analogy- extended comparison 2 Types Figurative Literal Figurative- Eleanor Roosevelt’s speech Literal- similar in all characteristics School lunch-hour policy Tests for Reasoning- similar in major aspects. Figurative Analogy.
Analogy. Figurative and Argumentative. General Characteristics. Analogy compares items via certain key similarities in order to: a. Make something more understandable and: b. As part of the premises to argue for a conclusion. Everyday Example.