Computer And Internet
Logic and Computer Design Fundamental, Updated Edition, 2/e Covers the fundamentals of harware and computer design with exceptional breadth and in a very accessible style using abundant examples to build understanding and problem-solving skills. Reflects the current industry trend of designing with hardware description languages (HDLs) instead of logic diagrams-provides optional introductory treatments of both VHDL and Verilog languages-with additional coverage available on the Companion Website for more substantial treatment. Gives the instructor maximum flexibility in HDL coverage. By covering broadly-based fundamentals, provides an excellent foundation and perspective for more advanced courses in digital hardware design and computer architecture and organization preparation.
Many new sections on VHDL and Verilog
125 additional pages on book?s website on VHDL and Verilog
40% changed or new problems for students to hone and practice.
A gradual development of logic, design, digital systems, and computer architecture objects.
Balanced coverage of both VHDL and Verilog languages.
Strong connection to real-world technologies
On-going example of a simple computer system.
Abundant coverage of programmable logic devices (PDLs)
Digital Computers and Information.
Combinational Logic Circuits.
Combinational Logic Design.
Registers and Counters.
Memory and Programmable Logic Devices.
Register Transfers and Datapaths.
Sequencing and Control.
Introduction Set Architecture.
Central Processing Unit Designs.
Input-Output and Communication.