Computer Organization: A Top-down Approach

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McGraw-Hill, 1992 - Computers - 554 pages
Intended for the sophomore course in Computer Organization aimed specifically at computer science students, Computer Organizations takes a top down approach (general to specific) that will revolutionize this course.

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Contents

The HigherLevel Language Model
1
The Assembly Language Model
31
The Arithmetic Logic Unit and Assembly Language Commands
40
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