## Computer Organization, Design, and Architecture, Fourth Edition (Google eBook)This unique and proven text provides a hands-on introduction to the design of a computer system-depicting, step by step, the arrangement of a simple but complete hypothetical computer followed by detailed architectural features of existing computer systems as enhancements to the structure of the simple computer. Changes in the Third Edition of Computer Design and Architecture include Ideal for one- or two-semester courses! With end-of-chapter summaries, references, and problems, as well as over 250 drawings and tables, Computer Design and Architecture, Third Edition is a classroom-tested text for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in electrical and computer engineering and computer science taking design courses such as Computer Systems Design, Computer Hardware Design, Computer Architecture, Computer Organization, and Assembly Language Programming. |

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### Contents

LXXIV | 359 |

LXXV | 360 |

LXXVI | 364 |

LXXVII | 372 |

LXXVIII | 379 |

LXXIX | 384 |

LXXX | 420 |

LXXXI | 421 |

XVIII | 69 |

XIX | 73 |

XX | 76 |

XXI | 85 |

XXII | 91 |

XXIII | 92 |

XXIV | 102 |

XXV | 107 |

XXVI | 119 |

XXVII | 124 |

XXVIII | 128 |

XXIX | 133 |

XXX | 136 |

XXXII | 137 |

XXXIII | 143 |

XXXIV | 144 |

XXXV | 152 |

XXXVI | 156 |

XXXVII | 173 |

XXXVIII | 174 |

XXXIX | 177 |

XLI | 181 |

XLII | 197 |

XLIII | 209 |

XLIV | 210 |

XLVI | 211 |

XLVII | 215 |

XLVIII | 216 |

LI | 217 |

LII | 221 |

LIII | 227 |

LIV | 230 |

LV | 232 |

LVI | 249 |

LVII | 257 |

LVIII | 268 |

LX | 269 |

LXI | 273 |

LXII | 274 |

LXIII | 279 |

LXIV | 286 |

LXV | 295 |

LXVI | 299 |

LXVII | 300 |

LXVIII | 306 |

LXIX | 310 |

LXX | 313 |

LXXI | 355 |

LXXIII | 356 |

LXXXII | 422 |

LXXXIII | 425 |

LXXXIV | 426 |

LXXXV | 441 |

LXXXVI | 447 |

LXXXVII | 450 |

LXXXVIII | 469 |

LXXXIX | 470 |

XC | 471 |

XCI | 475 |

XCII | 476 |

XCIII | 481 |

XCV | 484 |

XCVI | 488 |

XCVII | 519 |

XCIX | 520 |

C | 523 |

CI | 524 |

CII | 535 |

CIII | 536 |

CIV | 539 |

CVI | 568 |

CVIII | 569 |

CIX | 571 |

CX | 572 |

CXI | 577 |

CXII | 617 |

CXIII | 618 |

CXIV | 622 |

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CXVI | 625 |

CXVII | 626 |

CXVIII | 629 |

CXX | 635 |

CXXI | 646 |

CXXIII | 651 |

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CXXV | 657 |

CXXVI | 659 |

CXXVII | 673 |

677 | |

CXXX | 679 |

CXXXI | 680 |

CXXXII | 688 |

CXXXIII | 697 |

CXXXIV | 708 |

CXXXV | 709 |

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1/O devices 1NDEX 1nput 1nstruction 1ntel adder address space addressing modes architecture arithmetic binary bits block buffer bus master BUS3 byte chapter clock pulse complement complete computer system contains control signals control unit corresponding Cray X-MP data cache data transfer decimal decoder diagram disk Example execution fetch Figure flip-flop floating-point functional units gates H H H H H H hardware implemented index register input instruction cycle instruction set integer interface interrupt lines load logic machine main memory memory address memory location memory system microinstruction microprogram Multibus multiple node opcode operands operations output page table parallel performed pipeline ports priority processing processor provides queue R1SC request scheme segment selected sequence sequential circuit serial shown in Fig SR flip-flop stack status register structure synchronous tion truth table vector virtual address VMEbus write

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