Fundamentals of computer organization
Two of the top books currently used by colleges around the world use MIPS as a foundation: Computer Organization
and Design by David A.
Warford presents a step-by-step exposition of the central ideas in computer organization
, assembly language, and computer architecture.
Digital Logic Design & Computer Organization
with Computer Architecture for Security is recommended for computer engineering collections and provides an in-depth guide to the design and organization of modern computer systems.
, Design, and Architecture, 5th Edition
Information Technology: An Introduction for Today's Digital World" by Richard Fox (Professor of Computer Science, Northern Kentucky University) is a 546 page compendium covering the extensive spectrum of IT including computer organization
and hardware, operating systems, networks, scripting, binary numbers, DOS, Linux, computer security, and a great deal more.
DTCC), the New York-based computer organization
that clears nearly $40 trillion worth of securities annually in 122 countries, will deploy the new tool, especially because it provides real-time awareness of intrusions and threats.
These services are provided on a cost recovery basis, with local governments benefiting from the economies of a large scale computer organization
The research described in this paper was conducted within two courses: (1) Computer Organization
and Programming; and (2) Systems Architecture.
An expert with an international computer organization
has expressed his expectation that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is poised to spend as much as SR 3.
Using the Syllabus of Computer Organization
and Assembly Language (COAL)
General topics include compiler technology, accessibility, teaching experimentation, databases, networks, capstone projects, computer organization
, instructional technologies, software engineering projects, computer security, algorithms and data structures, new ways to teach programming, software and technologies for higher level courses, on-line instruction, object-oriented design and testing, courseware, programming with images, secondary education, ethics, non-majors' courses, evaluating students' work, gender issues, robotics, student teams, design patterns, assessment, systems-level programming and new curricular directions.