Schaum's Outline of Computer Architecture

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McGraw-Hill Education, Dec 21, 2001 - Computers - 306 pages
  • A problem/solution manual, integrating general principles and laboratory exercises, that provides students with the hands-on experience needed to master the basics of modern computer system design
  • Features more than 200 detailed problems, with step-by-step solutions; many detailed graphics and charts; chapter summaries with additional "rapid-review" questions; and expert sidebar tips
  • Describes analytical methods for quantifying real-world design choices regarding instruction sets, pipelining, cache, memory, I/O, and other critical hardware and software elements involved in building computers
  • An ideal educational resource for the more than 70,000 undergraduate and graduate students who, each year, enroll in computer architecture and related courses

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Contents

THE LIFEHISTORY OE PLANTSPruningPropagation
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MANURING IN THEORY AND PRACTICEThe Constituents of Plants
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Nick Carter, Ph.D. (Urbana, IL) is an assistant professor at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. He holds a doctorate in computer science from MIT, has worked at IBM’s Yorktown, NY, research facility and was the memory system architect on MIT’s prestigious M-Machine project.

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