qThe author begins by describing the classic von Neumann architecture and then presents in detail a number of performance models and evaluation techniques. He goes on to cover user instruction set design, including RISC architecture. A unique feature of the book is its memory-centric approach - memory systems are discussed before processor implementations. The author also deals with pipelined processors, input/output techniques, queuing modes, and extended instruction set architectures. Each topic is illustrated with reference to actual IBM and Intel architectures.q--Jacket.Unique instructions are provided in the ISA for establishing the function of these registers and for loading and storing them. Details can be found in the Intel Pentium Pro Usera#39;s Manual (Intel Corporation 1996). However, here we discuss theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Computer Architecture and Implementation|
|Author||:||Harvey G. Cragon|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2000|