Structured Computer Organization
Completely updated, this book explains how computer designers can follow the structured model to develop efficient hardware and software systems. New information has been included on UNIX, OS/2, INTEL 8088/80286/80386, Motorola 68000/68020/68030 and RISC machine. The operation of a typical IBM PC clone is now described in detail at the chip level.
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COMPUTER SYSTEMS ORGANIZATION
THE DIGITAL LOGIC LEVEL
THE MICROPROGRAMMING LEVEL
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address lines address space addressing modes architecture arithmetic assembly language asserted binary bits block Boolean buffer bus cycle buses byte cache called character chip circuit clock compiler contains control store conventional machine level coprocessor data path decoding disk entry example executed fetch floating-point function gates goto hardware I/O devices implement input integer Intel interrupt jump latch loaded logical loop machine language macro main memory memory address memory word microinstruction microprocessor microprogram microprogramming level MIPS module Motorola MULTICS multiple needed nsec opcode operand operating system output parallel parameters performance pins pointer problem procedure processor program counter result RISC RISC machines scratchpad segment sequence shown in Fig signals slot SPARC stack subcycle switch symbol synchronous tion truth table UNIX variables vector virtual address virtual memory Virtual page write