Logic and Computer Design Fundamentals – M. Morris Mano, Charles R. Kime, Tom Martin – 5th Edition

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The basic concepts of logical and are a completely updated text that makes the logical , the the and the computer design for the . the fifth edition brings this source widely recognized to modern standards while the information is relevant and contemporary.
The material focuses on industry trends and closes with success the gap between levels much higher levels of abstraction with students in the field must work today in the past.

Encompassing the and design of the computer, the of logic and computer design is a source material in a flexible way that allows instructors to adapt their use to a wide range of audiences.

Table of Contents

1. Digital Systems and Information
1-1 Information Representation
1-2 Abstraction Layers in Computer Systems Design
1-3 Number Systems
1-4 Arithmetic Operations
1-5 Decimal Codes
1-6 Alphanumeric Codes
1-7 Gray Codes
1-8 Chapter Summary
2. Combinational Logic Circuits
2-1 Binary Logic and Gates
2-2 Boolean Algebra
2-3 Standard Forms
2-4 Two-Level Circuit Optimization
2-5 Map Manipulation
2-6 Exclusive-OR Operator and Gates
2-7 Gate Propagation Delay
2-8 Hardware Description Languages Overview
2-9 HDL Representations—VHDL
2-10 HDL Represenations—Verilog
2-11 Chapter Summary
3. Combinational Logic Design
3-1 Beginning Hierarchical Design
3-2 Technology Mapping
3-3 Combinational Functional Blocks
3-4 Rudimentary Logic Functions
3-5 Decoding
3-6 Encoding
3-7 Selecting
3-8 Iterative Combinational Circuits
3-9 Binary Adders
3-10 Binary Subtraction
3-11 Binary Adder-Subtractors
3-12 Other Arithmetic Functions
3-13 Chapter Summary
4. Sequential Circuits
4-1 Sequential Circuit Definitions
4-2 Latches
4-3 Flip-Flops
4-4 Sequential Circuit Analysis
4-5 Sequential Circuit Design
4-6 State-machine Diagrams and Applications
4-7 HDL Representation for Sequential Circuits—VHDL
4-8 HDL Representation for Sequential Circuits—Verilog
4-9 Flip-Flop Timing
4-10 Sequential Circuit Timing
4-11 Asynchronous Interactions
4-12 Synchronization and Metastability
4-13 Synchronous Circuit Pitfalls
4-14 Chapter Summary
5. Digital Hardware Implementation
5-1 The Design Space
5-2 Programmable Implementation Technologies
5-3 Chapter Summary
6. Registers and Register Transfers
6-1 Registers and Load Enable
6-2 Register Transfers
6-3 Register Transfer Operations
6-4 Register Transfers in VHDL and Verilog
6-5 Microoperations
6-6 Microoperations on a Single Register
6-7 Register-Cell Design
6-8 Multiplexer and Bus-Baed Transfers for Multiple Registers
6-9 Serial Transfer and Microoperations
6-10 Control of Register Transfers
6-11 HDL Representation for Shift Registers and Counters—VHDL
6-12 HDL Representation for Shift Registers and Counters—Verilog
6-13 Microprogrammed Control
6-15 Chapter Summary
7. Memory Basics
7-1 Memory Definitions
7-2 Random-Access Memory
7-3 SRAM Integrated Circuits
7-4 Array of SRAM ICs
7-5 DRAM ICs
7-6 DRAM Types
7-7 Arrays of Dynamic RAM ICs
7-8 Chapter Summary
8. Computer Design Basics
8-1 Computer Design Basics
8-2 Datapaths
8-3 The Arithmetic/Logic Unit
8-4 The Shifter
8-5 Datapath Representation
8-6 The Control Word
8-7 A Simple Computer Architecture
8-8 Single-Cycle Hardwired Control
8-9 Multiple-Cycle Hardwired Control
8-10 Chapter Summary
9. Instruction Set Architecture
9-1 Computer Architecture Concepts
9-2 Operand Addressing
9-3 Addressing Modes
9-4 Instruction Set Architectures
9-5 Data-Transfer Instructions
9-6 Data-Manipulation Instructions
9-7 Floating-Point Computations
9-8 Program Control Instructions
9-9 Program Interrupt
9-10 Chapter Summary
10. RISC and CISC Processors
10-1 Pipelined Datapath
10-2 Pipelined Control
10-3 The Reduced Instruction Set Computer
10-4 The Complex Instruction Set Computer
10-5 More on Design
10-6 Chapter Summary
11. Input-Output and Communication
11-1 Computer I/O
11-2 Sample Peripherals
11-3 I/O Interfaces
11-4 Serial Communication
11-5 Modes of Transfer
11-6 Priority Interrupt
11-7 Direct Memory Access
11-8 Chapter Summary
12. Memory Systems
12-1 Memory Hierarchy
12-2 Locality of Reference
12-3 Cache Memory
12-4 Virtual Memory
12-5 Chapter Summary

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