Computer Architecture: A Designer's Text - Based on a Generic RISC
McGraw-Hill Education (ISE Editions)
James M. Feldman
This book, intended for undergraduate and postgraduate courses in computer architecture, begins with a short history of digital computation. It is distinguished by its orientation towards RISC rather than CISC architecture, The text addresses the topic of input/output and limits to speed. Bringing entire computing systems (both hardware and software) together, this text makes clear the consequences of hardware decisions on software and vice versa. Also available is an instructor's manual (0-07-020454-3).
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