Computer Systems Companion (Daniel Taipala)

 
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Computer Systems Companion (Daniel Taipala)

The University of the People's computer systems course has a companion book called Computer Systems Companion. Through the concepts of transistor gates, number representations, combinational logic circuits, sequential logic circuits, buses, and control systems, as well as the definition of symbolic language to map to machine instructions and simple two-pass assemblers, the course introduces modern digital computers and the von Neuman architecture.

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