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Computer Architecture Books

This section contains free e-books and guides on Computer Architecture, some of the resources in this section can be viewed online and some of them can be downloaded.

Lecture notes On Computer organization and architecture

This ebook contains following topics: Basic Computer Organization, Register transfer, CPU design, Memory organization, Pipeline and Parallel processing

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Computer Architecture Fourth Year Electronic

Register Transfer and Microoperation,. Basic Computer Organization and Design,Micro Programmed Control,Central Processing Unit,Memory Management,Input Output Organization,Pipelining,Computer Arithmetic, Reduced Instruction Set Computers RISCs,. Multiprocessors and Multiple Computers

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Advance Computer Architecture Notes

This note covers the following topics: Principles of Processor Performance, RISC and CISC Architectures, Pipelining fundamentals, Pipeline Hazards, Superscalar Architecture, Super Pipelined Architecture, VLIW Architecture, Basic Multiprocessor Architecture, Flynnís Classification, Array Processor, Vector Processors, Associative Processor, Systolic architecture, Hierarchical Memory Technology, Data Flow Computer Architecture, Static Data flow computer, Dynamic Data flow computer, Cluster computers, Distributed computing, Cloud computing.

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Computer Organization and Architecture Study Material

This note explains the following topics: Principles of Computer Design, Software-Hardware Interaction Layers in Computer Architecture, Control Unit and Microprogramming, Memory Organization, Storage Technologies, Input-Output Devices and Characteristics, Input-output Processor .

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Computer Architecture Introduction

The note will review fundamental structures in modern microprocessor and computer system architecture design. Topics covered includes: CPU Performance and Metrics, Instruction Set Architecture, Implementation and Pipelining, Exceptions, Multi-cycle Ops, Dynamic Scheduling, Dynamic Branch Prediction, Multiple Issue and Speculation,Static Scheduling, Loop Unrolling, and Software Pipelining, Caches, Main Memory, Virtual Memory, Multiprocessors, Multithreading and I/O.

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Computer Architecture Class notes

This note covers the following topics: Fundamentals of Computer Design, Basic Organization of a Computer, Instruction Set Design, Addressing Modes, CPU Implementation, Interrupts, The Memory Hierarchy, Virtual Memory.

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Computer Architecture and Organization by Dr. R. M. Siegfried

This note explains the following topics: Number Systems and Arithmetic, Boolean Algebra, Karnaugh Maps, The Quine McCluskey Algorithm, Combinational Circuits, Synchronous Sequential Logic, Registers and Counters, Register Transfer and Micro operations, Basic Computer Organization and Design, Micro programmed Control, Floating Point Data, Pipeline and Vector Processing.

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Computer Architecture Lecture Notes by Seoul National University

This note covers the follolwing topics: MIPS Instruction Set Architecture, Basics of Datapath, Single-Cycle Implementation, Multi-cycle Implementation, Pipelined Data path and Control, Datapath and Control for Data and Control Hazards, Exception Handling and Advanced Pipelining, Memory Hierarchy, Virtual Memory, Storage and Other I/O , Multiprocessors, Arithmetic Circuits, Basic Computing Concept and Instruction Level Parallelism.

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Introduction to Computer Architecture Lecture Notes

Computer architecture is the science and art of selecting and interconnecting hardware components to create a computer that meets functional, performance and cost goals. In this note, students will learn how to completely design a correct single processor computer, including processor datapath, processor control, memory systems, and I/O. Topics covered includes: Performance, Instructions, Arithmetic, Datapath, Control, Exceptions, Pipelining, Caches, Memory and VM, Arithmetic, Multiprocessors.

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Computer Architecture Lectures

This note explains the follolwing topics: Computers, Levels of Abstraction and Architecture, Performance Concepts and Performance Evaluation, Instruction Set Architecture, ALU Design, Designing a Single Cycle Datapath, Designing Single Cycle Control, Designing a Multiple Cycle Processor , Designing a Multiple Cycle Controller, Designing a Pipeline Processor, Cache Memory, Memory Systems , Virtual Memory.

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Computer Architecture by University of Oslo

This note covers the following topics: Basics of computer architecture, Introduction to Digital Electronics, Binary Numbers, Boolean Algebra, Combinational Logic Circuits, Sequential Logic Circuits, Von Neumann Architecture, Optimizing Hardware Performance, Low-level programming, Programming in C, Character encodings, Assembly programming.

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Computer System Architecture Lecture Notes

This note contains the study of the evolution of computer architecture and the factors influencing the design of hardware and software elements of computer systems. Topics covered includes: instruction set design, processor micro-architecture and pipelining, cache and virtual memory organizations, protection and sharing, I/O and interrupts, in-order and out-of-order superscalar architectures, VLIW machines, vector supercomputers, multithreaded architectures, symmetric multiprocessors, and parallel computers.

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Introduction to Computer Architecture Notes

This note will review fundamental structures in modern microprocessor and computer system architecture design. Topics covered includes: computer organization, instruction set design, memory system design, pipelining, and other techniques to exploit parallelism. It will also cover system level topics such as storage subsystems and basics of multiprocessor systems.

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Introduction to Computer Architecture

This note will describe the basics of modern processor operation. Topics covered includes: computer system performance, instruction set architectures, pipelining, branch prediction, memory-hierarchy design, and a brief introduction to multiprocessor architecture issues.

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Computer Systems Architecture Handouts and Lecture Notes

This lecture note explains the basic principles and current practices of computer architectures and organizations, including instruction set design, pipelining, caching, virtual memory, and parallelism.

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Computer Organization and Architecture Lecture Notes

This note covers the following topics: History Of Compuers, Machine Instruction Set, Instruction Pipelining, Processor Control Unit, Microprogrammed Control Unit.

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Advanced Computer Architecture by Guru Jambheshwar University

This lecture note covers the following topics: Parallel computer models, Program and Network properties, Pipelining, Cache memory Organization, Multithread and Data flow architecture, Concurrent Processor.

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Advanced Architecture and Parallel Processing

This note describes the following topics: Parallel computer models, Program and Network properties, Processors and memory hierarchy, Bus, cache and shared memory, Pipelining and Superscalar Techniques, Multiprocessor and Multicomputers.

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Computer Organization and Architecture

This course note provides an introduction to Computer Organization And Architecture and the content of this web course covers majority of the topics taught at the undergraduate level in the computer science and engineering disciplines of Engineering Colleges and Universities in India.

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Capability Based Computer Systems

This book is an introduction, a survey, a history,and an evaluation of capability-and object-based computer systems.This book explains the following topics: Capability- and Object-Based System Concepts, Early Descriptor Architectures, Early Capability Architectures, The Plessey System, The Cambridge CAP Computer, The Hydra System, The StarOS System, The IBM System/38, The Intel iAPX 432 and Issues in Capability-Based Architectures.

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Advanced Computer Architecture (PDF 76P)

This book covers the following topics: Introduction to the SPARC Architecture, Assembling and Debugging, Control Transfer Instructions, Logical and Arithmetic Operations, Data Types and Addressing, Subroutines and Parameter Passing, Instruction Encoding.

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ComputerStructures Principles and Examples (by Daniel P. Siewiorek, C. Gordon Bell,Allen Newell)

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Computer Architecture Tutorial

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Computer Structures Readings amp; Examples

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Designing Computers and Digital Systems

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