Seiffertt, John,

Digital logic for computing / by John Seiffertt. - xvi, 319 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm

1 The Digital Electronic Computer -- 2 Boolean Algebra -- 3 Logic Function Synthesis -- 4 Basic Logic Function Minimization -- 5 Advanced Logic Function Minimization -- 6 Logic Gates -- 7 Unsigned Arithmetic -- 8 Signed Numbers -- 9 Other Digital Representations -- 10 Encoding Code -- 11 Sequential Logic Elements -- 12 Multiplexers and Comparators -- 13 Decoders and Register Files -- 14 Counters -- 15 Datapaths -- 16 Basic Computer Datapath -- 17 State Machines -- 18 Datapath Controllers -- 19 State Machine Theory and Optimization -- 20 Instruction Processor Design.

Providing a bottom-up approach to understanding how a computer works and how to use computing to solve real-world problems, Digital Logic for Computing uses logic design throughout to introduce computer design principles and embedded systems in a cohesive, design-driven framework, suitable for class or self-study. Covering the basics of digital logic through the lens of computer organization and programming, the reader should be able to design his or her own computer from the ground up. Illustrated throughout with drawings and diagrams, the core concepts and methods associated with the design and physical construction of digital electronic computers are presented in a clear and concise manner.

9783319568379

10.1007/978-3-319-56839-3 doi


Computer science.
Arithmetic and logic units, Computer.
Computer organization.

QA76.9.C62

004 / S.J. D 2017

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