Computers from logic to architecture
It starts by discussing logic from basic principles,
through combinatorial and sequential logic design to
implementation techniques such as PLA's and gate arrays.
The second part of the book then discusses the hardware
components of a computer, comprising elements constructed
using the logic design techniques discussed in the first
part. This leads to the design of a small microprocessor
system and a discussion of the 80x86 and 68000 processors
including their instruction sets, addressing modes and
hardware characteristics. The final part of the book
focuses on communications and describes the basic
techniques of data communications, networking - both wide
and local area networks - and protocols. A final section
highlights the developments in these topics and outlines
possible future developments. Support material is available
on the authors' website,
http://www.mcgraw-hill.co.uk/textbooks/dowsing, where the
complete text may also be browsed.
- full coverage of introductory syllabuses in computer
- exercises with solutions throughout the book;
- covers both the Motorola and Intel processor
- website with support material including a
The Authors are all at the University of East Anglia. Roy Dowsing is a Senior Lecturer in Computer Science; Frank Woodhams is a Professor in Electronic Systems and is currently Dean of the School of Information Systems; Ian Marshall is a Lecturer in Computer Science.
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|Éditeur(s)||Mc Graw Hill|
|Nb. de pages||426|
|Format||18,8 x 24,4|
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