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Ideal for a course in computer hardware, architecture, or digital design in departments of computer science and engineering, The Principles of Computer Hardware, 3/E, provides a comprehensive introduction to the subject. In Alan Clements noted student-friendly style, this text covers both the 68000 and ARM architectures and in a tutorial or lab-based style suitable for a variety of courses. The third edition has been significantly improved with all chapters having been rigorously updated. Powerful new simultation software has been added which allows the student to visualize digital designs. The chapter on RISC has been completely rewritten to include the ARM computer. The tutorial based introduction to assembly language now includes many examples.
Easy to read, student-friendly style.
Comprehensive introduction to the subject.
Covers two popular microprocessors (68000 and ARM).
Tutorial or lab-based approach suitable for many courses.
Alan Clements is Motorola Professor in the School of Computing Science and Mathematics at the University of Teesside, Middlesbrough. In 2003 he was awarded a National Teaching Fellowship for his contribution to teaching.
1. Introduction to Computer Hardware
2. Gates, Circuits, and Combinational Logic
3. Sequential Logic
4. Computer Arithmetic
5. The Instruction Set Architecture
6. Assembly Language Programming
7. Structure of the CPU
8. Accelerating Performance
9. Processor Architectures
10. Buses and Input/Output Mechanisms
11. Peripherals for Computers
12. Computer Memory
13. The CPU, Memory, and the Operating System
14. Computer Communications