Computer Architecture, Advanced Topics

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Wiley, Sep 29, 1988 - Computers - 411 pages
This text presents basic principles of computer architecture and design. The treatment stresses the idea of architectural levels and establishes the connections between architecture, on the one hand, and on the other, design methodology, compilers, microprogramming, software technology, and implementation technology. The architecture of uniprocessors is also discussed, including detailed coverage of the register machine, microprocessing, language directed architectures, and memory.

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PART TWO TOOLS FOR DESIGN AND DESCRIPTION
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CLASSIFICATION AND TAXONOMY
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CHAPTER 4
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