Principles of Computer Systems

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Prentice Hall, 1992 - Computers - 433 pages
Describes computer system concepts in simple terms and offers information on how the low-level, compiler/interpreter activities of computers - arithmetic, I/O, array processing, character strings functions - are performed. A fictitious computer (CUSP), is used to exemplify the concepts discussed.

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Contents

Computer Organization
28
The Basic Instruction Set
47
The Assembler
76
Copyright

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