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Emphasizing both fundamentals and applications, this text explains the basic concepts of computer organization and operation in straightforward language with numerous illustrations and examples. The author bridges the gap between beginners needing the essentials and advanced students interested in application-oriented assembly programming techniques. Among its special features the book: includes a thorough treatment of addressing modes utilizing "memory maps"; provides coverage of an operating system to show the relationship among system hardware and user application programs; illustrates important programming techniques on writing subroutines, macros, conditional macros, interrupts and traps; includes a complete chapter on laboratory exercises; contains an introductory chapter on the VAX-11; and provides coverage of virtual memory, multiprogramming, computer architecture, and DMA.
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