This textbook provides an integrated presentation of the concepts and principles of computer organization and architecture. It follows the essential organization and architecture guidelines set by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). Organized into a hierarchical structure, it takes the reader through the entire digital computer system, from the fundamental components of the computer to the higher levels of the system that include software, operating systems, and application-specific software.
This text follows the guidelines for computer organization and architecture set by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). It covers every concept and principle necessary for computer organization and architecture from the fundamental organization of a computer to the higher levels of software organization and the relationship of computer architecture to software. It begins with an introduction to the fundamental architecture of a computer including the definition of a computer architecture, the organization of a computer, and the overall structure of a computer.
The book then discusses the relationship of the computer to the real world, with a focus on software and its architecture. It then moves on to an in-depth discussion of the organization of the computer, from the fundamental concepts and principles of memory and access to the issues of implementation and the relationship of computer architecture to the organization of software.
It begins with the hardware of a computer, including the architecture of a computer, and a description of fundamental components. It then moves to a discussion of the organization of the computer, including the design of the processor, memory, input/output devices, and so on.
This book also contains additional features such as an extensive online appendix, which contains an overview of the architecture of a digital computer, instruction set architecture, and microcode.
From there, the book discusses the organization of the processor, which includes an in-depth discussion of the instruction set architecture and microcode, the issue of complexity of instruction execution, and the organization of memory and access to memory. The book then moves on to discuss the organization of the various input/output devices, including monitors, printers, scanners, and access to storage.
The book then moves on to discuss the organization of applications and user interfaces, which includes an in-depth discussion of the design of application program interfaces and user interfaces.
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