This modern treatment of digital system specification, analysis, and design covers all topics from gates and flip-flops to complex hardware and system software algorithms. An upper-level undergraduate/graduate text, it uses two complementary approaches--system model and algorithmic model--in dealing with structured analysis and design, and separates specification from implementation to allow for the ready application of concepts to practical system design. Extensive illustrations and 500 exercises.
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Introduction to Computer Theory Daniel Cohen An easily comprehensible text for required undergraduate courses in computer theory. Thoroughly covers the three fundamental areas of computer theory—formal languages, automata theory, and Turing machines. It is an imaginative and pedagogically strong attempt to remove the unnecessary mathematical complications associated with the study of these subjects. The author substitutes graphic representation for mathematical proofs. Includes a large selection of well-thought-out problems at the end of each chapter. 1985 (0 471-80271-9) The Principles of Computer Organization With Assembly Language Programming for the PDP 11 G. Michael Schneider Designed for a one-semester course in computer organization, this text introduces the major large-scale functional components of the computer—memory ALU, input-output, and processor—how each works, and their integration into a complete computer system. In addition to covering the general, machine-independent concepts of computer organization, it introduces a specific type of computer system—the PDP 11. Most textbooks treat either general computer organizational concepts or a specific type of system. This book does both. 1985 (0 471-88552-5) The Design and Description of Computer Architecture Subrata Dasgupta The first systematic, extensive study of computer architecture as a design discipline. It focuses on the use of formal symbolic description as a basis for the specification and verification of computer architectures. This one-of-a-kind volume presents an in-depth study of high-level architectural and microprogramming languages, the characteristics and measurement of computational environments, and the identification and use of styles in architecture design and implementation. 1984 (0 471-89616-0)From the Inside Flap:
Digital Systems and Hardware/Firmware Algorithms is a comprehensive treatment of the specification, analysis, and design of digital systems. Using two basic approaches—systems and algorithmic—Miloš Ercegovac and Tomás Lang cover all aspects of digital design, from gates and flip flops to complex hardware/firmware algorithms. The systems approach (combinational and sequential systems) is used for relatively simple systems, and the algorithmic for more complex ones. This permits an integrated coverage of multiple levels in system design. Digital Systems serves as an undergraduate or graduate text, and as a single-source reference for the practicing design engineer. It covers MSI/LSI modules and their use in design, and considers various alternatives for the implementation of controllers, from a hardwired implementation to a microprogrammed one. Multilevel analysis and design methods are introduced and alternative design strategies compared. There’s also a chapter on arithmetic algorithms and implementations that discusses basic implementations as well as more sophisticated techniques for increasing the operation speed. Throughout the presentation, the emphasis is squarely on concepts and general techniques, so that the text is applicable to virtually any modern digital technology or system. A comprehensive survey of these technologies is provided in an appendix. Care is also taken to separate the specification of a system from its implementation. This separation is vital for the understanding and design of complex systems. An exceptionally large number of examples and exercises are included to help students develop a comfortable working knowledge of modern design techniques.
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Descrizione libro Wiley, 1985. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. 1. Codice libro della libreria DADAX047188393X
Descrizione libro Wiley, 1985. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria M047188393X
Descrizione libro Wiley, 1985. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Never used!. Codice libro della libreria P11047188393X