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An Illustrated Introduction to Microprocessors and Computer Architecture
Jon Stokes: Inside the Machine

Computers ​perform countless tasks ranging from the business critical to the recreational, but regardless of how differently they may look and behave, they're all amazingly similar in basic function. Once you understand how the microprocessor–or central processing unit (CPU)–works, you'll have a firm grasp of the fundamental concepts at the heart of all modern computing.

Inside the Machine, from the co-founder of the highly respected Ars Technica website, explains how microprocessors operate–what they do and how they do it. The book uses analogies, full-color diagrams, and clear language to convey the ideas that form the basis of modern computing. After discussing computers in the abstract, the book examines specific microprocessors from Intel, IBM, and Motorola, from the original models up through today's leading processors. It contains the most comprehensive and up-to-date information available (online or in print) on Intel's latest processors: the Pentium M,… (tovább)

No Starch, San Francisco, Amerikai Egyesült Államok, 2010
No Starch, San Francisco, Amerikai Egyesült Államok, 2006
320 oldal · ISBN: 9781593271046 · ASIN: 1593271042

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