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Solution Manual For Computer Organization and Architecture Themes and Variations 1st Edition by Alan Clements

Table of Contents

Contents
Preface
Paths through Computer Architecture
About the Author
Part I: The Beginning
Ch 1: Computer Systems Architecture
1.1 What is Computer Systems Architecture?
1.2 Architecture and Organization
1.3 Development of Computers
1.4 The Stored Program Computer
1.5 The Stored Program Concept
1.6 Overview of the Computer System
1.7 Modern Computing
Summary
Problems
Ch 2: Computer Arithmetic and Digital Logic
2.1 What is Data?
2.2 Numbers
2.3 Binary Arithmetic
2.4 Signed Integers
2.5 Introduction to Multiplication and Division
2.6 Floating-Point Numbers
2.7 Floating-Point Arithmetic
2.8 Floating-Point Arithmetic and the Programmer
2.9 Computer Logic
2.10 Sequential Circuits
2.11 Buses and Tristate Gates
Summary
Problems
Part II: Instruction Set Architectures
Ch 3: Architecture and Organization
3.1 Introduction to the Stored Program Machine
3.2 The Components of an ISA
3.3 ARM Instruction Set Architecture
3.4 ARM Assembly Language
3.5 ARM Data-processing Instructions
3.6 ARM’s Flow Control Instructions
3.7 ARM Addressing Modes
3.8 Subroutine Call and Return
3.9 Intermission: Examples of ARM Code
3.10 Subroutines and the Stack
3.11 Data Size and Arrangement
3.12 Consolidation-Putting Things Together
Summary
Problems
Ch 4: Instruction Set Architectures-Breadth and Depth
4.1 The Stack and Data Storage
4.2 Privileged Modes and Exceptions
4.3 MIPS: Another RISC
4.4 Data Processing and Data Movement
4.5 Memory Indirect Addressing
4.6 Compressed Code, RISC, Thumb, and MIPS16
4.7 Variable-Length Instructions
Summary
Problems
Ch 5: Computer Architecture and Multimedia
5.1 Applications of High-Performance Computing
5.2 Multimedia Influences-Reinventing the CISC
5.3 Introduction to SIMD Processing
5.4 Streaming Extensions and the Development of SIMD Technology
Summary
Problems
Part III: Organization and Efficiency
Ch 6: Performance-Meaning and Metrics
6.1 Progress and Computer Technology
6.2 The Performance of a Computer
6.3 Computer Metrics
6.4 Amdahl’s Law
6.5 Benchmarks
6.6 SPEC
6.7 Averaging Metrics
Summary
Problems
Ch 7: Processor Control
7.1 The Generic Digital Processor
7.2 RISC Organization
7.3 Introduction to Pipelining
7.4 Branches and the Branch Penalty
7.5 Branch Prediction
7.6 Dynamic Branch Prediction
Summary
Problems
Ch 8: Beyond RISC: Superscalar, VLIW, and Itanium
8.1 Superscalar Architecture
8.2 Binary Translation
8.3 EPIC Architecture
Summary
Problems
Part IV: The System
Ch 9: Cache Memory and Virtual Memory
9.1 Introduction to Cache Memory
9.2 Performance of Cache Memory
9.3 Cache Organization
9.4 Considerations in Cache Design
9.5 Virtual Memory and Memory Management
Summary
Problems
Ch 10: Main Memory
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Primary Memory
10.3 DRAM
10.4 The Read-Only Memory Family
10.5 New and Emerging Nonvolatile Technologies
Summary
Problems
Ch 11: Secondary Storage
11.1 Magnetic Disk Drives
11.2 Magnetism and Data Storage
11.3 Data Organization on Disk
11.4 Secure Memory and RAID Systems
11.5 Solid-State Disk Drives
11.6 Magnetic Tape
11.7 Optical Storage Technology
Summary
Problems
Ch 12: Input/Output
12.1 Fundamental Principles of I/O
12.2 Data Transfer
12.3 I/O Strategy
12.4 Performance of I/O Systems
12.5 The Bus
12.6 Arbitrating for the Bus
12.7 The PCI and PCIe Buses
12.8 The SCSI and SAS Interfaces
12.9 Serial Interface Buses
Summary
Problems
Part V: Processor-Level Parallelism
Ch 13: Processor-Level Parallelism
13.1 Why Parallel Processing?
13.2 Performance Revisited
13.3 Flynn’s Taxonomy and Multiprocessor Topologies
13.4 Multiprocessor Topologies
13.5 Memory in Multiprocessor Systems
13.6 Multithreading
13.7 Multi-core Processors
13.8 Parallel Programming
Summary
Problems
Bibliography
Index
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