a good book but not the best, I think Hennesy Patterson is better.
This book is the best book I came across for Computer System Organization and I loved it.
There are some good points about this book that I liked 1 Extremely easy to understand.
2 Cover mostly all the topics.
3 The construct of this book is all good, I mean the way writer presented all the topics.
4 The content is also good.
So, this book is something I ll recommend to every Computer Science student.
A must have I can t bring myself to like this book It s good in that it does cover many topics related to computer architecture, and its internal instructions Very detailed stuff and can be very informative as a primer The reason why I can t like it is because it s written in a boring manner.
came through most of its chapters and it was really interesting to me to uncover the magic that laying underneath that large green PCB which we call it computer well explained algorithms and techs was provided , but though rookies just like me could use little clarity.
Hard to read or understand if you have no back ground about the topic
A great book if you ve got a basic background about logic design.
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