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"Computation Structures" integrates thorough coverage of digital logic design with a comprehensive presentation of computer architecture. It contains a wealth of information for anyone who designs computers or works with computer systems. Indeed, the authors' goal is to teach people to look at systems, as a whole, without being bound by the artificial interfaces that are o ...more
Hardcover, 812 pages
Published December 13th 1989 by Mit Press
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Another one I picked up in the rush to figure out VLSI before my multicore architecture class has its midterm, this seeming sister volume to the epic classic Introduction to Algorithms by Cormen, Rivest and Leiserson of MIT (they used the same LaTeX templates if nothing else) is thus far one of the best introduction-to-broad-advanced-topics I've seen, and it'll occupy a place of high honor on my shelves. The first five chapters, building up to the basic digital abstraction (that of logic gates) ...more