McGraw-Hill, Jan 1, 1978 - Computer architecture - 465 pages
Basic structure of computers; Addressing methods and machine program sequencing; Instruction sets and their implementation; The central processing unit; Microprogrammed control; Input-output organization; Arithmetic; The main memory; Computer peripherals and interfacing; Software; Microprocessors; Computer communications.
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Addressing Methods and Machine Program
Instruction Sets and Their Implementation
The Central Processing Unit
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2's-complement adder addressing modes algorithm arithmetic assembly language Assume basic binary block branch instruction buffer byte cache called card reader channel Chapter character chip circuit circuitry clock condition codes connected consider contents control signals corresponding counter CPU registers cycle data transfer decimal decoder delay discussed disk example execution fetch flip-flop floating-point format function gates hardware I/O device I/O operation implementation incremented index register input instruction set interface interrupt interrupt request loaded logic logic family loop machine instructions machine language magnetic main memory mantissa memory location microinstruction microprocessor microprogram minicomputer module multiplexer multiplicand multiplier n-bit operand output performed pointer possible processor Read represented result routine scheme sequence shift shown in Figure specified speed stack status register step storage stored subroutine subtraction switch synchronous tape teleprinter teletypewriter terminal transmission transmitted truth table