Pearson presents the much-awaited revised edition of its pioneer title on Computer System Architecture by Morris Mano.
This revised text is spread across fifteen chapters with substantial updates to include the latest developments in the field. The first eight chapters of the book focus on the hardware design and computer organization, while the remaining seven chapters introduce the functional Units of digital computer. The pedagogy of the book has been enhanced to enable the learners in assessing their understanding of the key concepts.
The plan for this revised edition has been thoroughly reviewed by eminent faculties of various technical universities across the country and their inputs have been incorporated to enhance the contents of this edition.
1. New chapters on Introduction to architecture and Peripheral devices
2. New sections on master-slave flip flop, counters, code converters and horizontal and vertical microprogramming
3. Introduces Multibus organization, memory addressing and memory technology
4. Expanded discussion on pipelining, parallelism and Amdahl’s law
5. Over 150 new multiple-choice questions and updated exercise problems
Table of Contents
Digital Logic circuits
Register Transfer and Micro operations
Basic computer organization and design
Programming the Basic Computer
Central Processing Unit
Pipeline and Vector Processing