Computer Organization, Design, and Architecture, Fourth Edition (Google eBook)

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CRC Press, Apr 25, 2000 - Computers - 736 pages
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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

  • updates to reflect contemporary organizations and devices
  • new technologies and devices in combinatorial and integrated circuits
  • new technologies in sequential circuits
  • new technologies in memory and storage
  • the latest architecture examples
  • contemporary memory hierarchy concepts


    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

    VII
    11
    VIII
    21
    IX
    23
    XI
    29
    XIII
    35
    XIV
    47
    XV
    64
    XVI
    68
    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
    CXV
    623
    CXVI
    625
    CXVII
    626
    CXVIII
    629
    CXX
    635
    CXXI
    646
    CXXIII
    651
    CXXIV
    655
    CXXV
    657
    CXXVI
    659
    CXXVII
    673
    CXXVIII
    677
    CXXX
    679
    CXXXI
    680
    CXXXII
    688
    CXXXIII
    697
    CXXXIV
    708
    CXXXV
    709
    CXXXVI
    713
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