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Computer Organization and Architecture ( will be uploaded by 15th sep )

Computer Organization and Architecture lets you know how exactly each instruction is executed at the micro level. The data flow, timing analysis, memory hierarchy, trade offs between execution cycles, hardware requirements/costs, software-hardware trade-offs can be known.

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About Computer Organization and Architecture ( will be uploaded by 15th sep )

Computer Organisation and Architecture let you understand how specifically each direction is executed at a micro level. The record flow, timing analysis, memory order, compromise between completion patterns, equipment requirements/costs, software-hardware trade-offs may be understood.

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Chapter 1

Overview of Computer System

1.1 Introduction 

1.2 Functional Units 

1.3 Numbers and Arithmetic Operations 

1.4 Decimal Fixed-Point Representation 

1.5 Floating Point Representation 

1.6 Signed-Operand Multiplication 

1.7 Booth’s Algorithm 

1.8 Integer Division 

1.9 Non-Restoring-division Algorithm 

1.10 Flouting-Point Numbers and Operations 

Will be available from: 31st August 2019

Chapter 2

Introductions

2.1 Introduction cycle 

2.2 Addressing Modes 

2.3 Instruction Formats  

2.4 Instruction Interpretation 

2.5 Microgram med Control 

2.6 Wilkes Design 

2.7 Horizontal and Vertical Microinstructions 

Will be available from: 31st August 2019

Chapter 3

Memory Organization

3.1 Introduction  

3.2 Memory Hierarchy 

3.3 Memory Characteristics 

3.4 Semiconductor Ram Memories 

3.5 Virtual Memory Technology 

3.6 Advantages of using Virtual Memory 

3.7 Paging, Segmentation and Paged Segments 

3.8 Secondary Memory Technology 

Will be available from: 31st August 2019

Chapter 4

Input and Output Unit

4.1 I/O Mapping / Addressing Methods 

4.2 IOP (IO Processor) 

4.3 Direct memory Access 

4.4  Steps involved in the DMA operation 

4.5 Interrupt-Initiated I/O 

4.6 Data Transfer Techniques 

4.7 Responsibilities of I/O Interface 

4.8 IBM 370 I/O Channel 

4.9 Polling 

4.10 Independent Requesting 

4.11 Local Communication 

Will be available from: 31st August 2019

Chapter 5

Multiple Processor Organisation

5.1 Flynn’s Classification of Computer Organization 

5.2 Multiprocessor 

5.3 Parallel Processing Applications 

5.4 Multiprocessor Architecture 

5.5 Loosely Coupled Multiprocessor 

5.6 Serial Communication 

5.7 Asynchronous Transmission 

5.8 Synchronous Transmission  

5.9 Solved Examples 

Will be available from: 31st August 2019

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