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The ARM chip has established a world profile over the last five years, but other than highly specialised documentation it is not very well supported by currently available books. ARM System Architecture is designed to be a solid academic text and professional reference, introducing computer architecture concepts and using the ARM chip to illustrate the points.
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Features allows the reader to get started with the ARM chip and get programs running under emulation discusses assembly level programming, particularly for the ARM provides information on general computer architecture (processor design, caches, memory management) with detailed illustrations based on ARM chips details the architecture development process covers embedded system design principles and case studies
0201403528B04062001About the Author:
Steve Furber has a long association with the ARM, having helped create the first ARM chips during the 1980s. Now an academic, but still actively involved in ARM development, he presents an authoritative perspective on the many complex factors that influence the design of a modern system-on-chip and the microprocessor core that is at its heart. This book represents the culmination of fifteen years of experience of ARM research and development and of teaching undergraduate, masters and industrial training courses in system-on-chip design using the ARM.
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