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History and evolution of computers, Architecture of a general purpose computer, Stored program computer operation. Control DesignGeneral structure of hardwired and micro-programmed control units, Hardwired control design, State tables, Greatest common divisor processor, Classical design of the gcd processor control unit, Design of a typical of CPU control unit, Micro-programmed control, Control unit organization, Microinstruction addressing and timing, Micro-program sequences, Pipeline control, Instruction pipeline, Structure multistage pipeline, Organization of CPU with multistage instruction pipeline, Pipeline performance, Measures.
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Computer arithmeticAddition and subtraction, Multiplication algorithms, Division algorithms floating-point arithmetic operations. User Review – Flag as inappropriate good book. Booth’s recoding, Booth’s algorithm for signed multiplication, Restoring division and non-restoring division algorithm, IEEE floating point number representation and operations.
Register transfer language and microoperationsRegister transfer language, Register transfer bus and memory transfers, Arithmetic micro operations, Logic micro operations, Shift micro operations, Arithmetic logic shift unit. Chapter1 Basic Structure of Computer 11 to High Speed Cache Memory SystemCache and virtual memory, Address translation with segmentation and paging with caches, Cache organization, Operation address mapping associative memory, Cache types and performance. Reduced instruction set computer.
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