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V olume T w o: An Intr oduction to Machine Ar chitectur e Chapter One: System Organization A gentle introduction to the components that make up a typical PC. Chapter Two: Memory Access and Organization A discussion of the 80x86 memory addressing modes and how HLA organizes your data in memory. Chapter Three: Introduction to Digital Design A low-level description of how computer designers build CPUs and other system components. Chapter Four: CPU Architecture A look at the internal operation of the CPU. Chapter Five: Instruction Set Architecture This chapter describes how Intel’s engineers designed the 80x86 instruction set. It also explains many of their design decisions, good and bad. Chapter Six: Memory Architecture How memory is organized for high performance com- puting systems. Chapter Seven: The I/O Subsystem Input and output are two of the most important functions on a PC. This chapter describes how input and output occurs on a typical 80x86 system. Chapter Eight:
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