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eBook A Programmer's View of Computer Architecture: With Assembly Language Examples from the MIPS RISC Architecture ePub

by Karen Miller,James Goodman

  • ISBN: 0195131096
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Karen Miller,James Goodman
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (August 1, 1993)
  • Pages: 416
  • ePub book: 1877 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1806 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 296

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Karen Miller is at both at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. I graduated with a . so it's not like I am a bad student or someone who doesn't try, it's just this book doesn't help people learn MIPS.

14 other approaches to computer architecture. I switched to this book when I found Hennessy & Patterson too advanced for my students, and it has served me well.

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The text includes examples from the MIPS RISC (reduced instruction set computer) architecture and an accompanying software simulator package simulates a MIPS RISC processor (the software does not require a MIPS.

The text includes examples from the MIPS RISC (reduced instruction set computer) architecture and an accompanying software simulator package simulates a MIPS RISC processor (the software does not require a MIPS processor to run). 1. Abstractions and Computers . Levels of Abstraction . The Tower of Computer Abstractions . Computer Architecture . On Assembly and Compilation . Variable Declaration . Arithmetic Operations . Control Structures .

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Students learn how computers work through a clear, generic presentation of a computer architecture, a departure from the traditional focus on a specific architecture.

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James Goodman and Karen Miller. Publication Date - August 1993. Students learn how computers work through a clear, generic presentation of a computer architecture, a departure from the traditional focus on a specific architecture. A computer's capabilities are introduced within the context of software, reinforcing the software focus of the text.

This introductory text offers a contemporary treatment of computer architecture using assembly and machine language with a focus on software. Students learn how computers work through a clear, generic presentation of a computer architecture, a departure from the traditional focus on a specific architecture. A computer's capabilities are introduced within the context of software, reinforcing the software focus of the text. Designed for computer science majors in an assembly language course, this text uses a top-down approach to the material that enables students to begin programming immediately and to understand the assembly language, the interface between hardware and software. The text includes examples from the MIPS RISC (reduced instruction set computer) architecture, and an accompanying software simulator package simulates a MIPS RISC processor (the software does not require a MIPS processor to run).

Comments

Jube Jube
This book not only has a handful of errors but it doesn't explain assembly language like the current programming books do, through easy to follow examples. I had to take a Computer Assembly Language class for college and this book didn't help me once. I graduated with a 3.4 so it's not like I am a bad student or someone who doesn't try, it's just this book doesn't help people learn MIPS. Stay away.
Dagdage Dagdage
This is an old book, but it is a good one. All the details of assembly language, number representation and binary mathematics all in one book. There is a list of errata for the book located here:[...]
Manris Manris
Based on the author's review I tried to get a copy of a newer edition than 1993. According to Oxford Press, the newer edition is in press but has not been printed and they have no publication date available.
Flamehammer Flamehammer
I got the book on time, it was helpful. I understand it, easy to read and it is in decent condition. Great, Thank you!
Arryar Arryar
THIS BOOK STARTS OUT WELL, AND THEN DEGENERATES INTO ERRORS, ERRORS, ERRORS, AND MORE ERRORS. THE CONCEPTS IN THE LAST FEW CHAPTERS ARE EXPLAINED TERRIBLY. I FEEL GENUINELY SORRY FOR ANYBODY TRYING TO GET AN INTRO TO COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE CONCEPTS BY READING THIS BOOK.
godlike godlike
To be fair, the first printing of this book did have a LOT of errors. But that was in 1993! And some of those copies are still circulating, especially in Madison, WI. But I only know of about three errors in the latest printing, and they are all very subtle.
Honeirsil Honeirsil
My intro to assembly and comp. architecture class used this text and it was physically painful to use.
Class is easy enough, no problem understanding; this book however hamstrings you at every turn.
Generally a ill composed collection of pages that should be ashamed to be opened in the halls of any self respecting university. I will most assuredly be tossing this book into my compost heap, that it may never poison another student's life.