Distance Learning, Organizations

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Seminaries would be partially used to guide you through the topics on the start. The rest of the time would be provided to answer your questions. Write more general questions to the subject forum and post link into meeting “chat”. Questions related to ongoing activity in the meeting room should be ask in the room's chat.


Lectures will be realized in frame of the virtual meeting and or on YouTube. A basic textbook that fully covers at least the first half of the semester is Computer Organization and Design, The HW / SW Interface in the fourth (MIPS) edition by professor Patterson and Henessy. The book is available to CTU students (from computers on CTU network) in an electronic form via the https://dialog.cvut.cz/ service. To access, select Prosím, vyberte si svou univerzitu: option České vysoké učení technické, fill in your login details and confirm. Then select the source Knovel and enter the book authors names into the search entry, limit the search list to books only (first Book/Text and then Book) and you can read the content. When you stay out of CTU network, you access KNOVEL as well. Login into BRUTE for example and then select KNOVEL tab on central library pages and use link Vzdálený přístup do databáze. There are available 30 paperback copies of the textbook in the central library (sponsored by department of control engineering, cybernetics and http://cs.felk.cvut.cz/computer science. Actual, sixth MIPS edition, is in two copies as well as RISC-V second edition.

Consultation and Seminaries

Weekly meeting schedule - the room will be open on Wednesday at 16:15 and we start with the lecture or with discussion if the lecture is already available on YouTube. Questions should be written into open room chat and they will be answered mostly in the first come in, the first come out (FIFO) order. The currently open rooms are accessible from your profile at Brute. The small voluntarily bonus tasks to practice knowledge gained at seminaries are provided in addition to the four official homework tasks and successful solution of each of them is awarded by one bonus point.

Brute Big Blue Button

The Big Blue Button system integrated into Brute will be used for interactive learning and meetings. Tutorial for students here BigBlueButton overview for viewers (students).


The source code used during lectures and introductory demonstrations during seminaries are provided to students for their own experiments in a form of the repository https://gitlab.fel.cvut.cz/b35apo/stud-support. The code submitted for review and evaluation should be passed through the personal GIT repository. The notification that code should be reviewed shell be sent by e-mail together with evaluation or as for help and URL pointing to given file in the repository.

Credit and Exam

A mandatory check of your work and understanding of the topics are the four homeworks, semestral work and exam. As the mechanism to record your presence on seminaries are commits with your experiments and code into your GIT repository at least once during each week. We are not yet able to predict the terms and method of the examination.

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