This complete introduction to computer engineering includes the use of the microprocessor as a building block for digital logic design. The authors offer a top-down approach to designing digital systems, with consideration of both hardware and software. They emphasize structured design throughout, and the design methods, techniques, and notations are consistent with this theme. The first part of the book lays the foundation for structured design techniques; the second part provides the fundamentals of microprocessor and up-based design. Topics covered include mixed logic notation, the algorithm state machine, and structured programming techniques with well-documented programs. Contains an abundance of examples and end-of-chapter problems.
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