Computer architecture and organization: design principles and applications 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. The book covers the following: modern computer organization evolution of computers cpu architecture and instruction set computer arithmetic processor design and data path processor design and control unit main memory design memory management techniques intrasystem communication and i/o computer peripherals pipelining and vector processing advanced computer architecture the concepts and principles are further embellished with several solved problems related to state-of-the-art products, numerous exercises, review questions, and case studies. The book also covers digital logic, aimed towards readers without any prior exposure to the subject. Besides the professionals, this book can be used as a text-cum-reference by electronic and computer science/engineering students, for the first course on computer organization and computer architecture. Also students pursuing be (cse, ece, eee and it branches), mca, m sc. (computers), m sc. (it), b sc. (computers), would find the book useful.
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Book Description Tata Mcgraw Hill Education, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. New. book. Bookseller Inventory # F5S3-1-Z-0070532362-6