Friday, 14 June 2013

Download Computer Architecture and Assembly Language Programming Tutorials

What is Computer architecture? 

Usually computer architecture is abbreviated as (CA),computer architecture can be define as it is   the conceptual design and fundamental operational structure of a computer system. in other words we can say that It is a blueprint and functional description of requirements and design implementations for the various parts of a computer. 

Topics List  

  • Define and explain Introduction to Assembly Language?
  • Define and explain  Addressing Modes?
  • what is Branching?
  • what is Bit Manipulations?
  • what are Subroutines?
  • what is Display Memory?
  • what is String Instructions?
  • what is Software Interrupts?
  • What are Real Time Interrupts and Hardware Interfacing?
  • what is Debug Interrupts?
  • what are Multitasking?
  • What are Video Services?
  • what is Secondary Storage?
  • what is Serial Port Programming?
  • what is Protected Mode Programming?
  • what is Interfacing with High Level Languages?
  • what is Comparison with Other Processors?
  • what is Instruction Set Architecture?
  • what is Introduction to SRC Processor?
  • What is ISA and Instruction Formats?
  • Explain Description of SRC in RTL?
  • Design Process for ISA of FALCON-A?
  • what is ISA of the FALCON-A?
  • What are Description of FALCON-A and EAGLE using RTL?
  • what are The FALCON-E and ISA Comparison?
  • What are CISC and RISC?
  • introduction to CPU Design?
  • Explain Structural RTL Description of the FALCON-A?
  • what is External FALCON-A CPU?
  • what are Logic Design and Control Signals Generation in SRC?
  • Control Unit Design?
  • what are Machine Reset and Machine Exceptions?
  • what is Pipe lining?
  • what is Pipe lined  SRC?
  • what are Hazards in Pipe lining?
  • what are Instruction Level Parallelism?
  • Explanation of Micro programming?
  • explain I/O Subsystems?
  • Designing Parallel Input and Output Ports?
  • what is Input Output Interface?
  • what are Programmed I/O?  and so on........................
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