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COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND PROGRAMMING second edition NOTE third edition also available, please inquire. William Gear.

COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND PROGRAMMING second edition NOTE third edition also available, please inquire.

McGraw-Hill Co NY 1969, 2nd edition 1974; Computer Science Series.
Condition: Very Good clean and tight hardcover in Good dustjacket & a protective dust jacket cover; 455 pages, index, illustrations throughout; Electronic digital computers, programming, design, construction. Computer Science Series.
Price: $6.00
Item no. R414
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Contents include Basic capabilities of computers - desk calculator; stored program computer; op sys and translators; time sharing & remote consoles; Prep. of programs - machine & assembly languages, procedure oriented languages, problem oriented; executing the program; HARDWARE ORGANIZATION, THE MAIN MACHINE - main memory; CPU, 2 and 3 address machines, stack machines, PDP-11 instructions, IBM 370 instr.; Control unit; Repres. of numbers; Address structure; Logical operations; Interrupts;

SYSTEM SOFTWARE - raw machine, initial program load; the assembler; Relocatable loaders & linkage editors; the library; other translators; running the program, monitoring; interpretation; multiprogramming & time sharing; task & job scheduling, control cards;

PRINCIPLES OF PROGRAMMING - loops, subroutines, coroutines, macros; INPUT, OUTPUT & AUXILIARY STORAGE DEVICES - punched cards; paper tape; keyboard input, plotters & display devices; long-term storage, magnetic tape, disk files, variations of tape & disks medium-term storage, the drum, bulk storage devices etc;

HARDWARE & SOFTWARE CONTROL OF INPUT/OUTPUT DEVICES - direct control of I/O by the CPU; input directly into memory; control of tapes & disks; error handling; software for I/O; IBM 370 I/O systems; systems; CONTROL STRUCTURE, LOGIC & MICRO PROGRAMMING - an outline of computer design; s-instruction set, etc; MULTIPROGRAMMING, MULTIPROCESSING & TIME SHARING;

THE ASSEMBLER - location counter; pseudos; relocation, system 370 assembler; entries & external variables; macros; removing restrictions on EQU & BSS address fields; SEARCHING & SORTING - sequential, binary, hash addressing, chaining techniques, table methods suited for use in an assembler; AN INTROD. TO COMPILING TECHNIQUES - format of input string, key words, bottom-up methods, top-down, memory allocation, error detection etc.