Computer System Architecture
Focused primarily on hardware design and organization and the impact of software on the architecture this volume first covers the basic organization, design, and programming of a simple digital computer, then explores the separate functional units in detail. FEATURES: develops an elementary computer to demonstrate by example the organization and design of digital computers. uses a simple register transfer language to specify various computer operations.
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2's complement adder address field address register algorithm arithmetic operations binary code binary numbers block diagram Boolean functions branch buffer byte cache character clock pulse combinational circuit complement representation control functions control memory control unit counter data bus decimal numbers decoder device digital computer effective address example executed exponent fetch cycle flip-flop floating-point gates hardware hexadecimal implemented incremented input interface interrupt interrupt request lines listed load logic diagram main memory mantissa mapping memory address memory location memory unit memory word micro-operations microinstruction microprocessor microprogram minterms multiplexer multiplier negative numbers operand operation code output overflow peripheral processor registers program counter register transfer register transfer language return address routine segment sequence serial shift shown in Fig sign bit signal signed-2's complement specified stack status bits stored subroutine subtraction symbol terminal tion truth table variables zero