Computer Organization: A Top-down Approach
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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The HigherLevel Language Model
The Assembly Language Model
The Arithmetic Logic Unit and Assembly Language Commands
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actually addition addressing modes algorithm arithmetic array assembly language binary block Boolean byte called cell Chapter character clock pulse command computer organization computer science conditional jump constructs contains copy create debugger decimal decode destination device digits disk equivalent error message example executed external false fetch fetch/execute cycle Figure function GEML higher-level languages hlls increment input integer interrupt language model logical loop machine language macro main memory mantissa mask microcode microprogrammed module multiple needed opcode operation output parameters parity bits perform pointer problem procedure processor RAM operands read-only memory reg0 reg2 reg3 regl represent representation requires result RISC routine secondary storage segment shift signal simple single specified stack statement step storage location stored structure subroutine subtract syntax true truth table variable write zero