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This text introduces the beginning computer science student to the analysis, design, implementation, testing, and debugging of programs using ANSI C++, and to the breadth and richness of the computer science discipline. With ample use of examples and figures, the authors present material in a clear, visual manner.
1. Number Systems 2. Machine Language 3. H1 Assembly Language: Part 1 4. H1 Assembly Language: Part 2 5. Basic Electronics and Digital Logic 6. Microlevel of H1 and v1 7. Evaluating the Instruction Set Architecture of H1: Part 1 8. Evaluating the Instruction Set Architecture of H1: Part 2 9. Advanced Assembly Language Programming 10. Linking and Loading 11. Implementing an Assembler and Linker Using C++ or Java 12. Optimal Instruction Set 13. Using, Evaluating, and Implementing the Optimal and Stack Instruction Sets 14. Memory Systems 15. Some Modern Architectures 16. Java Virtual Machine Appendices A: Instruction Sets. Microlevel of H1 and V1 (mic.txt) B: Microcode for the Standard Instruction Set (s.has) C: SPARC Summary (sparc.txt) D: JVM Summary(jvm.txt) E: ASCII (ascii.txt) F: Number Conversions(number.txt) G: Help with C++ for Java Programmers
Posted November 12, 2009
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