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PURDUECS 18000Dunsmore BusterFall

CS 18000 Chapter 1: Cs 180 Chapter 1

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PURDUECS 25000Adams GeorgeSpring

CS 25000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Integer Overflow, Program Counter, Orthogonal Instruction Set

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5. 2 mathematical power, convenience, and cost: the set of operations a processor provides represents a tradeoff among the cost of the hardware, the co
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CS 25000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Field-Programmable Gate Array, Microcode, Macro Instruction

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A central processor: early in the history of computers, centralization emerged as an important architectural approach as much functionality as possible
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CS 25000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Decimal Mark, Floating Point, Scientific Notation

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Digital logic and the importance of abstraction: the main point of digital logic is abstraction we want to hide the underlying details and use high-lev
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CS 25000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Processor Register, Computer Architecture, Central Processing Unit

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CS 25000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Executable, Program Counter, Von Neumann Architecture

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The two basic architectural approaches: two basic approaches emerged when architects were experimenting with new designs on how to organize the hardwar
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PURDUECS 17700Gary Mc FallSummer

CS 17700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Empty String, Empty Spaces, Code Injection

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CS 25000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: In Essence, Indirection, Byte Addressing

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11. 2 characteristics of computer memory: engineers use the term random access memory (ram) to denote the type of memory used as the primary memory sys
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CS 25000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Flash Memory, Von Neumann Architecture, Sequential Access

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This chapter introduces the second major component used in computer systems: memories. From the programmer"s pov, the main memory holds running program
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PURDUECS 17700Gary Mc FallSummer

CS 17700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1, 2: Software Development Process, Eval

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CS 25000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Dirty Bit, Comparator, Memory Address

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Storage mechanisms are organized into a hierarchy that includes general-purpose registers, main memory, and secondary storage. Data items migrate up an
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CS 25000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Multi-Core Processor, Printed Circuit Board, Clock Signal

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Digital computing mechanisms: digital computer, refers to a device that performs a sequence of computational steps on data items that have discrete val
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