Based on the bestselling texts "Digital Logic and Computer Design" (1972) and "Computer Engineering: Hardware Design" (1988), this text presents the fundamentals of hardware design and integrates state-of-the-art techniques and technologies in an easy-to-understand style with abundant use of examples. Students taking introductory courses in digital logic design, computer engineering, or computer hardware design should find this text useful.
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Covers the fundamentals of hardware and computer design with exceptional breadth and in a very accessible style using abundant examples to build understanding and problem-solving skills. Reflects the current industry trend of designing with hardware description languages (HDLs) instead of logic diagrams - provides optional introductory treatments of both VHDL and Verilog languages - with additional coverage available on the Companion Web-site for more substantial treatment. By covering broadly-based fundamentals, provides an excellent foundation and perspective for more advanced courses in digital hardware design and computer architecture and organization preparation.
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