Digital Equipment Corporation 1972, October 1972 DEC, approximately 310 pages, each Section paginated separately.
Condition: Good to very good overall, 8.5x11 sheets stapled at margin, appears duplicated typescript (xerox of some kind), some edgewear to cover pages, prev. owner's name inked out upper righthand corner; table of contents has vertical ink marks along outer margins (as if noting important sections); interior pages clean and unmarked. Includes typos such as in the Preface, 'comptuers' instead of 'computers', etc.
Categories: 1970's computers and computing, Computer Science, Databooks, Handbooks, Manuals, DEC (Digital Equipment Corporation), Hardware, Microcomputers, Minicomputers, Programming and Programming Languages, Assembly and Machine Language, General Programming, Philosophy of Programming, Technical Journals, Proceedings, Conferences, Miscellaneous
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Item DescriptionThe choice of the PDP-11 as the real machine was prompted by... its popularity; the large number of features available on the machine; and the wide range of systems developed for this computer... People without any computer, or with one of a different type, might be able to understand the concepts presented and be able to relate them to their own experience...' (from the Preface)
Includes, Computer Fundamentals, Computing Machines and Computer Organization; Addressing Schemes; Number Systems, Logical circuits etc; Programming Fundamentals; PDP-11 Organization and Structure; System Software; Operating Systems; MORE
Includes Exercises This version ends with Appendix E-8; contains no index or other portions of the book.