Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing.

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Faculty of Science, Engineering and ComputingAssessment FormCoursework AimThis exercise will allow you to writing programs in the language of the computer and understandhow pipelining improves efficiency by executing multiple instructions simultaneously.Module learning outcomes assessed in this piece of courseworkThis assessment is designed to assess your ability in the following module learning outcomes:Describe and differentiate between the essential features and operations of moderncomputerarchitecturesSubmission detailsSubmission of coursework will be performed using Turnitin on StudySpace.Coursework briefThe assignment consists of two problems that you need to solve during the module workshops. Bothhave equal weights. (The problems are given at the end of this Assessment Form). You should submitan individual written report that provides the answers and a related discussion for each problem.Assessment criteriaThe assessment grade boundaries for both problems are shown overleaf.Feedback (including details of how and where feedback will be provided)During the computer architecture workshop series you will work on formative worksheet exercisescovering the skills and competences you will need for this coursework. Before moving onto the nextexercise you should show your work to the workshop tutors and discuss your solutions. Thisfeedback is essential to tackling the (summative) coursework. As we progress through the exercises,models solutions will be presented during the workshop along with a discussion of the typical errorsstudents make and methods for mitigating these. In addition to the feedback and advice duringworkshops, generic feedback will be presented shortly after the completion of each exercise. Eachstudent will also receive short written feedback on their specific submission.
Table 3 Criteria Grades for the Computer Organisation CourseworkProblem 1WeightExceededExpectationsMet ExpectationsClose to expectationsBelow Expectations100-80%79-60%59-40%39-1%Q150%Working code thatproduces theexpected results. Welldocumented. Usesthe write syntax ofthe assemblylanguage based onthe lecture notes.MIPS instruction ifpossible correctlyused. Uses thecorrect way ofaccessing memorylocations.Code that does notgive the expectedresults, but methodused is correct. Welldocumented. Usesthe write syntax ofthe assemblylanguage based onthe lecture notes.MIPS instruction ifpossible correctlyused. Uses thecorrect way ofaccessing memorylocations.Code that does notgive the expectedresults. Method is notfully correct. Welldocumented. Usesthe write syntax ofthe assemblylanguage based onthe lecture notes.MIPS instruction ifpossible correctlyused. Not using thecorrect way ofaccessing memorylocations.Failure to understandkey concepts oftranslating high levelcode to assemblycode which form animportant principle ofthe computerarchitecture topic.Problem 2WeightExceededExpectationsMet ExpectationsClose to expectationsBelow Expectations100-80%79-60%59-40%39-1%Q220%Correct answershowing the requiredstalling / no stallingwith justification.Correct answershowing the requiredstalling / no stallingwith no justification.Not Correct answer,but correct methodused withjustification.Failed to provide thecorrect answer.Q330%Correct answershowing the requiredstalling / no stallingwith justification.Correct answershowing the requiredstalling / no stallingwith no justification.Not correct answershowing the requiredstalling / no stallingwith justification.Failed to provide thecorrect answershowing the requiredstalling / no stallingwith justification.
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