qThe author begins by describing the classic von Neumann architecture and then presents in detail a number of performance models and evaluation techniques. He goes on to cover user instruction set design, including RISC architecture. A unique feature of the book is its memory-centric approach - memory systems are discussed before processor implementations. The author also deals with pipelined processors, input/output techniques, queuing modes, and extended instruction set architectures. Each topic is illustrated with reference to actual IBM and Intel architectures.q--Jacket.The coefficients and the constant of one equation are read from the card reader into the Ca memory and the other ... the results are punched into an output card and two new equations are introduced by the card reader; the problem has been anbsp;...
|Title||:||Computer Architecture and Implementation|
|Author||:||Harvey G. Cragon|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2000|