Advance Computer Architecture and Organization

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Advance Computer Architecture and Organization

Advance Computer Architecture and Organization
.MP4 | Video: 1280x720, 30 fps(r) | Audio: AAC, 44100 Hz, 2ch | 710 MB
Duration: 3 hours | Genre: eLearning Video | Language: English

Learn Computer Architecture, Instruction Set Architecture, Processor Design, CISC & RISC Architectue, Pipelining, Memory.

What you'll learn

Computer Architecture
Instruction Set Architecture
CPU Design
Memory Management
Control Unit Design
SRC processor
CISC and RISC architecture
Pipe lining
Parallel programming
Input/Output Sub Sytems


Good Understanding of Computer.
Basic knowledge of how programs in memory come in processor, executes and than save back to memory.
A little assembly language experience needed


Course Overview

This course provides a comprehensive overview of Computer Architecture and Organization from a practical perspective.

This course includes video and text explanations particular covers everything from computer architecture and organization. This course consists of different sections: each section covers a specific module related to computer architecture.

What Is Computer Architecture?

Computer architecture is a science or a set of rules stating how computer software standards and hardware instructions and technology infrastructure are joined together and interact to make a computer work. It defines how computer systems, platforms and programs operate. In other words, computer architecture defines system’s functionality, design, and performance. Creating a computer’s architecture requires IT professionals to first determine the needs of users, technology limitations and process requirements.

What Does This Course Cover?

This computer architecture course covers all the following necessary topics and areas that a computer architect must understands.

Instruction Set Architecture (ISA).

CPU design.

Classification of Machines CPU on the basis of operand and result location.

RISC and CISC architecture.

Different addressing modes in machines.

Control Unit design

Pipe lining.

Memory Hierarchy.

Registers Organization.

SRC Processor.

FALCON-A Processor.

Input/Output Sub systems


Who Is the Course For?

This course is for:

Computer Science Students.

System Programmer.

Machine Level Language Programmer.

Assembly Language programmer.

Computer Architects.

Any body who wish to learn how computer systems work?

Computer Engineers.

Electronics Engineers.

Compiler Writers.

Who this course is for:

Computer Science Students
Computer Architects
System Programmers
Assembly Language programmers
Computer Engineers
Electronics Engineers
Any body who wish to learn how deos computer systems works?

Advance Computer Architecture and Organization