The Architecture of Computer – Irv Englander – 4th Edition


This newly revised text provides a approach to introduce MIS students to fundamental computer hardware, software, and data concepts. As in previous editions, the goal of this is to provide the of computer architecture which are essential to the workplace survival of Information graduates.

This text provides a careful, in depth, non-engineering introduction to the inner workings of modern computer systems. New advances have been built into the new edition in the areas of system design and computer interconnection.

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Table of Contents

1) Introduction
2) Number systems
3) Data formats
4) Integer and real numbers
5) Integer and real numbers
6) Little Man Computer
7) CPU architecture
8) CPU and Memory: Design, Implementation, Enhancement
9) Input/Output
10) Input/Output Devices
11) Modern CPU Systems, Clusters, and Networks
12) Three HW Examples
13) User and Programming Interfaces
14) Operating Systems Concepts
15) More Operating Systems Concepts
16) File Concepts
17) Programming Tools
18) Three SW Examples

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