Computer engineering: hardware design
In order to analyze and design digital systems, one requires a solid foundation in hardware concepts. M. Morris Mano presents the necessary information in this introduction to the principles of computer hardware organization and design.
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2's complement address field addressing mode adjacent squares arithmetic shift binary code binary information binary numbers block diagram Boolean functions cache clock pulse combinational circuit control memory control unit data bus data input decimal numbers decoder destination register device digital computer digital system enable input equal example exclusive-OR executed external FlGURE format four full adder hardware hexadecimal implemented incremented input equations instruction integrated circuit interface interrupt latch lines lnput logic diagram logic gates logic-1 main memory memory unit memory word microinstruction microoperations microprogram minterms multiplexer multiplier NAND gates number of bits obtained operand operation code output carry parity parity bit position procedure processor registers processor unit product terms reset selection inputs sequence sequential circuit shift register shown in Figure signal significant bit simplified specified stack status bits stored subroutine subtraction truth table