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Computer Systems: Architecture, Organization, and Programming By: Arthur B. MacCabe @ RM70.00
Publisher: Irwin Professional Publishing - 1993-01
Hardcover | 568 Pages
The chief goal of this text is to familiarize students with the concepts that provide the basis for modern digital computers. It seeks a balance between an over emphasis on the details of a specific machine and the need to provide students with hands-on experience. The body of the text presents general principles; however, this presentation has been organized so that laboratory exercises, providing the necessary hands-on experience, can be easily integrated with the material in the book.