The 80X86 Family: Design, Programming and Interfacing
John E. Uffenbeck
For one-semester introductory microprocessor courses. Much praised for its clearly written, easy-to-read/understand style, this text provides thorough, current, single-volume coverage of all Intel 80x86 microprocessors relative to their application in the PC, and is as much an introduction to the PC itself as to Intel chips. Coverage ranges from chip architecture to programming and memory and I/O interfacing-i.e., microprocessor chips, memory chips, I/O devices, and the logic circuits needed to "glue" these parts together.