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Digital Systems -- Hardware, Organization and Design , third edition. Frederick Hill, Gerald R. Peterson.

Digital Systems -- Hardware, Organization and Design , third edition.

Wiley & Sons NY 1973, third edition 1987; 601 pages, index, references.
Condition: Very Good overall, red cloth hardcover with titles stamped in gilt on cover and spine; ex-corporate library rubberstamps saying 'electrical engineering' on textblock fore-edges and on pastedown, otherwise clean and unmarked pages; binding is sound and secure with a bit of rubbing and shelfwear.
Price: $12.50
Item no. C811110
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Introduction covers evolution of the computer, basic organization of digital computers, instruction formats, hardware descriptions, software;
Sections include -- Architecture of a Representative 32-Bit Processor; System Building Blocks; Design Conventions; Peripherals and Interfacing - multimaster RICBS, graphics and alphanumeric display terminals, magnetic tape transport controller etc;
Serial Communications and Error Control Implementation - network topologies and classifications, nonresponsive serial communications, voice grade data communications channels, an asynchronous receiver-transmitter, network protocols, data-link protocols, fault-tolerant memory etc; Memory Approaches for Large Systems; High-Speed Addition; Multiplication and division; Floating-point Arithmetic Increasing CPU Capability, parallel processing, reduced instruction set machines etc;Appendices and Index; references at ends of sections.