Computer Organization

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Computer systems are made of many components and each has a function. You can also call these components as functional units. Memory, CPU, Disks, Input-output devices are some examples of these functional units.

Computer organization is all about how these functional units are organized and how they interact with each other in an overall working of a computer system.

Prerequisite

To learn computer organization and architecture, you must be familiar with fundamental concepts of digital design. Some understanding of computer system is necessary to get started.

CO Topics

Each topic below contains articles or lessons. You can start reading from top(easy) to bottom(difficult). You must be familiar with digital design concepts before learning from this tutorial.

Books Recommended

There are some books that will teach you both the fundamentals of digital logic and computer organization. Here is what we recommend to get started.

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Bestseller

Computer System Architecture | Third Edition

Pearson presents the much-awaited revised edition of its pioneer title on Computer System Architecture by Morris Mano.This revised text is spread across fifteen chapters with substantial updates to include the latest developments in the field. The first eight chapters of the book focuses on the hardware design and computer organization, while the remaining seven chapters introduces the functional Units of digital computer. The pedagogy of the book has been enhanced to enable the learners in assessing their understanding of the key concepts.

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