CSE130: Principles of Computer Systems Design

Covers the principles governing computer-systems design and complexity; familiarity with memory, storage, and networking; concurrency and synchronization; layering (abstraction and modularity); naming; client-server and virtualized system models; and performance. Requires significant programming projects demonstrating mastery of these concepts.

5 Credits

This class has not been taught recently.

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Formerly CMPE 105

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