Before you read the information on this Web page and before you register for the labs, please spend some time to read the rules that we apply to conduct the laboratory work in this course. In addition to what you just read by following the above-mentioned link,
- a lab group consists of 1 or 2 students (if you want to work alone, you should first contact your course assistant -- due to the limited number of computers available, working alone might not be possible),
- the members in a lab group must work together during the whole course, and
- a lab group is not allowed to work on more than one computer during the scheduled lab sessions.
If you have any questions, or if you are not sure about the exact meaning of any of the rules, you must consult the course leader or the lab assistant before you start working with the labs.
The lesson gives an introduction to the labs and an opportunity for the students to further clarify issues regarding the labs. Please read the lessons page for more information regarding contents and schedule.
We have 7 scheduled lab sessions (2 hours each). You are expected to read and prepare the material related to the lab before going to the supervised laboratory sessions. In this way, you may take more advantage of the laboratory time.
You must choose your lab partner and sign up for the labs through Webreg. The deadline for lab registration is January 29, 2023.
The deadline for handing in (emailing) the lab reports is March 3, 2023
Note that all reports that are handed in after the lab deadline will be corrected when your assistant has time. The next corresponding LADOK registration will be end of June.
The laboratory part of this course comprises two separate labs. To prepare for a lab, study its tutorial by following the corresponding link below, and try the presented examples. The assignments for each lab are found in its tutorial.
1. Modeling and simulation with SystemC
Examination: To pass this lab, you must hand in a written report (pdf) that explains your solution, plus all the source files.
2. Design space exploration with MPARM
Examination: To pass this lab, you must hand in a written report (pdf) that explains your solution to each of the proposed assignments.
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Last updated: 2023-01-20