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Computer Architecture Tools From University of Massachusets
- An excellant set of applets which demonstrates binary additions, etc.
- Java Applet which explains about Full Adder in Device Point of View.
- An excellant set of Demo Applets about Full Adders and Half Adders. These applets are very useful to test the knowledge of students also about full adders, half adders, carry save adders, etc.,
- A Simple Logic Gate Simulator Applet. This is veru useful for the new entreants to simulate and test their undestanding of simple combinatroial circuits.
- Special Addition Applets
- Multiplication AppletsThese applets are very useful for demonstrating the binary multiplication, fast multiplication.
- Java Applet which demonstrates a Carry Save Multiplication.
- Java Applet which demonstrates the Division
- A Java Applet which demonstrates Fast Division Operation
- Java Applet for Square Root Extractor
- Java Applet Demo on Fast Square Root Extractor.
- Java Applet which demos Floating Point Addition.
- Java Applet which realizes Log, Exp, Sin Functions.
- Java Applet which demos Sin and Cosinge Functions
- Java Applet which demos arc sin and arc cos function calculations.
- Java Applet Explains Modular Arithemetics
- A Turing Machine Applet which explains adding two numbers.
- A Java Applet simulates working of PDP-8 M/C works.. This page contains a Java Applet with which we can simulate a chess game, prime number calculation program, etc., on this PDP-8 simulator.
- A Java Applet explains signals and their timings in Penitium Processor.
- A Simple Virtual Memory Simulator.
- A Simple Memory Cache Simulator Applet
- A Cache Simulator in Multitasking EnvironmentThis is very useful to demonstrate a novice about cache hit, cache miss, etc., in multi-tasking environment.
A Flash Demo explaining How a CPU Works.It shows how Program Counter changes, how accumulator changes, etc., in a dynamic way
- A Flash Demo explaining How a CPU Works. It shows how PC,IR,DR, changes with some simulated values.
- A MIPS computer Simulator Applet. This is very useful to explain RISC computers and Instructions in addition to pipelined CPU's.
- PRIMA:A Von Neuman Machine Simulator.
- A ToolThe Karnaugh-Veitch-diagram applet allows the interactive minimization of logical functions with up to 6 inputs and 8 outputs, in either conjunctive or disjunctive form (AND-OR, OR-AND). Minimize the example functions or try your own functions.
- Simulation for Finite State Machines
- Ordered Binary Decision Diagrams. The BDD applet demonstrates basic Ordered Binary Decision Diagrams (OBDD). Enter a logical expression and the applet will generate and plot the corresponding BDD.
- Java Finite State Machine Applet. One can simulate Moore and Mealya Machines.
- An excellant Collection of Applets which explains CMOS based devices such as Transistors, etc.,
- CMOS 6-Transistor SRAM Cell
- HADES Discrete Simulation FrameworkExcellant piece for demonstrations.
- Collection of Applets from HADES framework.
- A MIPS simulator page from Edinburough. This is useful in testing pipelining, pipeline hazards, scoreboarding etc.,
- Visual TOY Computer to explore fundamentals of Computer Architecture.
- 16 Bit Carry Lookahead Adder
A computer deconstructed ppt file
Architecture des ordinateurs
en Français, pdf file
Computer Anatomy Teaching Tool PC history, PC I/O, PC communication, PC
sound and video, PC drives, PC RAM, CPU
Computer architecture Introduction to Machine Architecture, Data Storage,
Gates, Circuits, The Central Processing Unit
and organization illustrated guide to the PC hardware, logic and
architecture, PCI, ATA/66, MP3, swapfile, FAT, FAT32, FDISK, BIOS, PC133, RDRAM, Ultra DMA, IRQ, ISDN
Microprogramming, Pipelining control, Dynamic Scheduling, Speculation, and ILP,
Caches, and Memory, IO Systems, Buses, Virtual Memory, VHDL, Multiply, Shift,
Divide, Multicycle Controller Design, Input devices and Output devices
Computer architecture Hardware fundamentals computer keyboards, data processing, the electrical requirements of computer systems, printer management, disk management, Central
Processing Units and memory, storage systems, input and output devices, data communications, networking, process control
architecture Performance of computers, Instruction Set Architectures,
Arithmetics for computers, Processor datapath and control, Pipelining, Memory
hierarchy and distributed memory, Interfacing processors and peripherals,
Parallel processing, Multiprocessor and scalable architectures, Interconnect architectures
architecture Computer hardware cd-rom, floppy drives, zip drives, tape
drives, DVD, mmx, pentium, scanners, sound cards, speakers, microphone,
keyboard, mouse, monitor, palm pilot
architecture Itanium, MMX, Pentium4, PentiumII, PentiumIII, PentiumXE,
Pentiumd, Xeon, celeron, chipsets, graphics, mobile, modems, motherboard,
storage, usb, wireless, ftp site
architecture AMD, motherboard, CPU, features, AGP, PCI, components, pnp, how
to build a computer, regular, cpu, processors, overclocking, partioning, beep
codes, celeron, cooling, system disk, floppy drive, formatting, IDE, EIDE,
modem, BIOS, RAM, video cards, memory, SCSI, SDRAM, printers
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Architecture and Engineering Microprogramming, Pipelining control, Dynamic
Scheduling, Speculation, and ILP, Caches, and Memory, IO Systems, Buses, Virtual
Memory, VHDL, Multiply, Shift, Divide, Multicycle Controller Design, Input
devices and Output devices
architecture tutorial introduces undergraduate
students to computer architecture concepts of caches and pipelining
based measuring techniques computer based measuring techniques, covers
computer busses and interface techniques, as well as signal analysis with FFT
and data analyses with least square fits
computer buses, USB information, hard disk drives, display systems, magnetic
ta[e, Liquid Crystal Displays & plasmatron, optical disks, keyboards, mouse &
trackball, laser printers, bar codes, inkjet printers, magnetic recording
fundamentals, thermal printers, floppy disk drives
Facts and stories about Antique (lonesome) Computers Memory, cache, DRAM, FPM, EDO, BEDO, SDRAM, SIMM, DIMM, RIMM, ECC
How Computers Work
Processor and Main Memory, How Computers Work, Understand the basic architecture
of CPUs, busses, drives, digitalizing and so on
How Computers Work
How Computers Work
Processor and Main Memory, How Computers Work, Intro to the motherboard, The south bridge, Evolution of the
Pentium 4, Chipsets and hubs, Inside the CPU, The PC’s I/O system, Hard disks,
ATA and SATA, Digital Camera, Digital colour images, The white balance, Best
quality with RAW, PC video system
How to "build" a
Introduction to Microprocessor Computers and Buses Interrupts, Direct Memory
Access (DMA), Internal System Interfacing, Standard Buses
Introduction to PC hardware PCI and PCI Express, Video and Monitors,
Ethernet, USB and FireWire, Hard Disks and CD Drives, The Mainboard
(Motherboard), Memory and "Burst" Speed, Hyperthreading and Multi-Core, CPU,
Instructions, Clocks and Cycles
PC hardware components to learn the basic composition of a PC hardware
components, bus, CPU, memory, MMX, pipelining, CPU, motherboards, Graphics card,
hard drive, memory, multimedia, cooling, caces, devices, processors, memory and
benchmarking, buses and interfaces, mass storage devices, input output devices,
power supplies, testing procedures, configuring peripheral devices
hardware related information, computer hardware identification,
identify hardware by chip, picture, manufacturer or by expert system, a tip
papers on hard disk drive, cd, dvd, and other storage technologies, computer
interface, USB, firewire, SCSI, IDE, serial, parallel, EEE 1394, Hard Disk Drive
(HDD) Technology, CD Technology, DVD Technology, Flash Memory and other
Solid-State memories, Tape Storage, Magneto-Optical Technology, Consumer Storage
Applications, Computer interfaces, Data transmission (networks, etc.)
ACPI (Advance Configuration and Power Interface), AGP, microprocessor, Pentium,
PCI Bus Power Management Interface Specification, Intel® Core™
microarchitecture, Intel® multi-core processors and platforms, Processor roadmap,
computers are classified as unintentional radiators under Part 15 of FCC
Computer generated RFI/EMI
RFI Sources, RFI paths, Shielding problems
Intel chipsets HX,
VX, TX, LX chipsets, chip set, AGPset, PCIset, AGP set, PCI set, 815e, 815, 820e, 820, 810, 810E, 840, 82840, 82810, 82820, controller, io controller, i/o controller, memory controller, firmware
Interfacing, switching, distributing and transmitting high resolution video
signals high resolution computer video signals
Verifying a FCC ID number