"I strongly believe that a programmer's perspective really helps in teaching the students the inner structure of computers." -- Kostas Daniilidis, University o f Pennsylvania "The book approaches the material in a way unlike any other, but similar to how I'd like to move our course." -- John Greiner, Rice University "This is an outstanding project and has a good chance of revolutionizing pedagogy in the field." -- Michael Scott, University of RochesterVom Verlag:
For Computer Organization and Architecture and Computer Systems courses in CS and EE and ECE departments. Developed out of an introductory course at Carnegie Mellon University, this text explains the important and enduring concepts underlying all computer systems, and shows the concrete ways that these ideas affect the correctness, performance, and utility of application programs. The text's concrete and hands-on approach will help students understand what is going on "under the hood" of a computer system.
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