Structured Computer Organization
Preserving the same popular structure found in the previous four editions of this best-selling book, Andrew Tanenbaum teaches that a computer can be structured as a hierarchy of levels. In this book he covers them all, including the digital logic level, the microarchitecture level, the instruction set architecture level, the operating system machine level and the assembly language level.
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COMPUTER SYSTEMS ORGANIZATION
THE DIGITAL LOGIC LEVEL
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addition address space allow arithmetic assembly language base begin binary bits buffer byte called carry character chip circuit clock compiler complete condition consists contains control store conventional machine counter device disk example execution fetched field Figure format four function gates give goto hardware implemented input instruction interpreter interrupt jump language length loaded logical machine level macro main memory means method microinstruction microprogram mode module move needed occurs opcode operand operating system output parameters perform possible problem procedure processor produce PUSH record requires result running segment shift shown in Fig shows signals single specified stack symbol tion track translation unit virtual word write written