COMPUTER ORGANIZATION. AND ARCHITECTURE. DESIGNING FOR PERFORMANCE. EIGHTH EDITION. William Stallings. Prentice Hall. Upper Saddle. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. William Stallings has made a unique contribution to ruthenpress.info: Computer Organization and Architecture eBook: William Stallings: Kindle Store. Architecture & Organization 1. • Architecture is those attributes visible to the programmer. —Instruction set, number of bits used for data representation, I/O.
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Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Mar 18, Headsink headsink rated it it was amazing Shelves: The best writer in this subject. Nov 15, Jimmy rated it really liked it Shelves: It has been 25 years since I used this textbook in university.
It took me over a week to re-read the 8th edition of this standard textbook admittedly I skipped some of the technical sections , but at over pages, it is still quite formidable.
I like the broad coverage of a range of architectures from mobile ARM to Mainframe. The ARM world is new to me, and I don't quite understand some of the design decisions, it just appears less attractive.
The new multithreaded, multiprocessor architectur It has been 25 years since I used this textbook in university. The new multithreaded, multiprocessor architectures were also new, but what was a big relevation was the importance of cache memory in the memory hierarchy, I don't recall that as being so crucial back then, perhaps because there wasn't that much memory to go around anyways.
I enjoyed the re-read, it is definitely better than a journalist's account of the history of computing. Apr 24, Eti Mishra rated it it was amazing Shelves: There are some good points about this book that I liked: Extremely easy to understand. Cover mostly all the topics. The construct of this book is all good, I mean the way writer presented all the topics. The content is also good.
So, this book is something I'll recommend to every Computer Science student. A must have! View 1 comment. I can't bring myself to like this book. It's good in that it does cover many topics related to computer architecture, and its internal instructions.
Very detailed stuff and can be very informative as a primer. The reason why I can't like it is because it's written in a boring manner. Hard to read or understand if you have no back ground about the topic.
Sep 23, Mohsen added it. May 11, Mohammed Shalan rated it it was amazing. A great book if you've got a basic background about logic design. May 09, Chandan Khatwani rated it it was amazing. Nice read.
A descriptive book, Computer Organization and Architecture, tenth edition, by William Stallings implemented a top-down approach for learning low-level aspects of traditional computers from vacuum tube architecture to the contemporary standard that is von Neumann architecture. There is a variety of information related to computer architecture in the relevant book by Stallings that challenges students so conceptual and applied knowledge is understood.
Functioning similar to Thomas' Calculus with p A descriptive book, Computer Organization and Architecture, tenth edition, by William Stallings implemented a top-down approach for learning low-level aspects of traditional computers from vacuum tube architecture to the contemporary standard that is von Neumann architecture.
Functioning similar to Thomas' Calculus with problems listed that go beyond the instruction provided within the textbook, the relevant Stallings text demands exploration to supplemental sources of information for knowledge that meets the specifications of chapter exercises consisting of review questions and problems.
Some aspects of the book are undoubtedly verbose in terms of explaining the same thing over and over.
Sometimes, the concepts in this book are not very clearly explained. I think a concise explanation should content the reader. Moreover, some depictions of concepts showed incorrect and sometimes unrepresentative diagrams.
Other than that, I am really satisfied with the amount of information the book provides. Definitely did a better job of explaining everything compared to the professor that taught the class I took. I'd say the biggest issue would be some of the end of chapter questions as some seem to be pretty vague.
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