Computer Systems

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2005 - Computers - 656 pages
Based in large part on a virtual computer, Pep/8, this text is designed to teach the basic concepts of the classic von Neumann machine. The idea is to cover the central concepts of computer organization, assembly language, and computer architecture without entanglement in the details. New features in this third edition include improved ISA level, C
 

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Contents

LEVEL
1
HIGHORDER LANGUAGE
31
INSTRUCTION SET ARCHITECTURE
85
Chapter 11
132
Chapter 9
142
Computer Architecture
147
ASSEMBLY
187
Summary
226
OPERATING SYSTEM
387
Storage Management
445
LOGIC GATE
485
Sequential Circuits
545
The Basic FlipFlops
555
A TwoPort Register Bank
584
MICROCODE
591
Appendix Pep8 Architecture

Compiling to the Assembly Level
235
Language Translation Principles
329
Solutions to Selected Exercises
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Dr. J. Stanley Warford has industrial experience as an aerospace engineer, has taught for more than twenty-five years at the university level, and has written several computer science books. He is currently Professor of Computer Science at Pepperdine University, where he received the Luckman Award for outstanding teaching.

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