The representation of information; Gates and elementary logic; Storage mechanisms; Putting the bits together; An elementary machine; Variation in addressing; Variations in input/output; Other instructions; The micro computer; Very large computers; Parallelism and distributed logic; Tessellated computers.
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THE REPRESENTATION OF INFORMATION
GATES AND ELEMENTARY LOGIC
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