Introduction to Computer Engineering: Logic Design and the 8086 Microprocessor
Offering a new approach to learning digital logic by using programmable logic devices (PLDs) and the CUPL language, this new text presents the fundamentals of digital logic and computer design, and then illustrates them with an examination of 8086 architecture and programming. It covers number systems, digital logic, the 8086 microprocessor, and more. For computer engineers working with digital logic and microprocessors.
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BASIC LOGIC GATES
PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC DEVICES
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