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COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE (Electrical and Computer Engineering Series) by  Lee  Robert J.; Higbie - First Edition, First Pinting - 1992 - from 100 POCKETS and Biblio.com

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COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE (Electrical and Computer Engineering Series)

by Baron, Robert J.; Higbie, Lee

Condition: Near Fine/No Jacket


Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1992. Text/BRAND NEW & Bright. Textured silver boards/Fine. DJ/None. PO stamp to front/back covers verso, fEP, & second title page. Textbook. Designed for core course in computer science, electrical engineering, or computer engineering, relating to computer architecture. 7 chapters: 1, Computer Architecture; 2, Instruction-set Architecture; 3, Buses, the CPU, & the I/O System; 4, Memor-system Architecture; 5, A Computer-family Architecture : The IBM PC; 6. Pipeling & RISCs; and, 7, Parallel Processors, followed by appendices address national coventions and digital components.. First Edition, First Pinting. Hard Cover. Near Fine/No Jacket.


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