Computer Architecture and Organization: Design Principles and Applications

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Tata McGraw-Hill Education, 2004 - Computer architecture - 698 pages
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This book provides a comprehensive coverage of the architecture and organization of modern computers. Based on a practitioner s insights, the book focuses on the basic principles and dwells on the complex details of commercial computers.
 

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Contents

Modern Computer Organization
1
Evolution of Computers
57
CPU Architecture and Instruction Set
91
Computer Arithmetic
129
Processor Design and Datapath
173
Processor Design and Control Unit
213
Main Memory Design
255
Memory Management Techniques
293
ASCH Code
668
Digital Integrated Circuits
670
Latch
672
FlipFlop
673
Register
676
Counters
677
Multiplexer
678
Decoder
679

Intrasystem Communication and IO
347
Computer Peripherals
487
Concurrency in Pipelining and Vector Processing
555
Advanced Computer Architecture
593
Number Systems and Conversions
663
Parity GeneratorChecker
680
Custom Chips
681
RAID Levels
685
Index
689
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