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Microprocessors and Their Operating Systems : A Comprehensive Guide to 8, 16 and 32 Bit Hardware, Assembly Language and Computer Architecture.

By: Holland, R. C.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Kent : Elsevier Science & Technology, 2014Copyright date: ©1989Description: 1 online resource (195 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781483296708.Subject(s): Microprocessors | Operating systems (Computers)Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Microprocessors and Their Operating Systems : A Comprehensive Guide to 8, 16 and 32 Bit Hardware, Assembly Language and Computer ArchitectureDDC classification: 004.16 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover -- Microprocessors and their Operating Systems -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Chapter 1. Microcomputer Principles -- 1.1 Microcomputer Architecture -- 1.2 CPU (Central Processor Unit) -- 1.3 Memory -- 1.4 Input/Output -- 1.5 Stack, Subroutines and Interrupts -- Bibliography -- Chapter 2. Intel 8080/8085 Family (8-bit) -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 8085 Pin Functions -- 2.3 Processor Architecture -- 2.4 Instruction Set -- 2.5 Support Devices -- 2.6 Applications -- 2.7 Single-chip Microcomputers -- Bibliography -- Chapter 3. Zilog Z80 -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Z80 Pin Functions -- 3.3 Processor Architecture -- 3.4 Instruction Set -- 3.5 Support Devices -- 3.6 Applications -- 3.7 Single-chip Microcomputers -- Bibliography -- Chapter 4. Motorola MC6800 Family (8-bit) -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 MC6800 Pin Functions -- 4.3 Processor Architecture -- 4.4 Instruction Set -- 4.5 Support Devices -- 4.6 Applications -- Bibliography -- Chapter 5. MOS Technology MCS6500 Family (8-bit) -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 MCS6502 Pin Functions -- 5.3 Processor Architecture -- 5.4 Instruction Set -- 5.5 Support Devices -- 5.6 Applications -- 5.7 Multi-function Support Devices -- Bibliography -- Chapter 6. Intel 8086/8088 Family (16-bit) -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 8086/8088 Pin Functions -- 6.3 Processor Architecture -- 6.4 Instruction Set -- 6.5 Memory Connections -- 6.6 Supporting Chips-the 8087 and 8089 -- 6.7 Example Circuit Configurations -- 6.8 The 80186 CPU -- 6.9 The 80286 CPU -- 6.10 The 80130 OSP (Operating System Firmware Processor) -- Bibliography -- Chapter 7. Motorola MC68000 Family (16-bit) -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 MC68000 Pin Functions -- 7.3 Processor Architecture -- 7.4 Instruction Set -- Bibliography -- Chapter 8. Zilog Z891 Family (16-bit) -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Z8001 Pin Functions -- 8.3 Processor Architecture.
8.4 Instruction Set -- 8.5 Memory Management and Virtual Memory -- 8.6 Supporting Chips -- Bibliography -- Chapter 9. 32-bit Microprocessors -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Intel 80386 -- 9.3 Motorola MC68020 -- 9.4 Zilog Z81070 -- 9.5 lnmos Transputer -- Bibliography -- Chapter 10. High-level Languages -- 10.1 Summary of Programming Languages -- 10.2 BASIC -- 10.3 Pascal -- 10.4 C -- Bibliography -- Chapter 11. The CP/M Operating System -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 CP/M "Built-in" Commands -- 11.3 CP/M "Transient" Commands -- 11.4 The CP/M Editor -- 11.5 The CP/M Assembler -- 11.6 The CP/M Debugger -- 11.7 Sample Procedure for Assembly Language Program -- 11.8 MP/M -- Bibliography -- Chapter 12. The PC-DOS (MS-DOS) Operating System -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 PC/MS-DOS Nucleus -- 12.3 Directories and Sub-directories -- 12.4 External Commands -- 12.5 Line Editor -- Bibliography -- Chapter 13. The UNIX Operating System -- 13.1 Introduction -- 13.2 UNIX File Structure -- 13.3 Handling Files -- 13.4 Further Facilities in UNIX Shell -- 13.5 Logging in and Sending Mail -- 13.6 Screen Editor (vi) -- 13.7 Sample Procedure for Pascal Program -- 13.8 Exercises -- Bibliography -- GLOSSARY -- INDEX.
Summary: Provides a comprehensive guide to all of the major microprocessor families (8, 16 and 32 bit). The hardware aspects and software implications are described, giving the reader an overall understanding of microcomputer architectures. The internal processor operation of each microprocessor device is presented, followed by descriptions of the instruction set and applications for the device. Software considerations are expanded with descriptions and examples of the main high level programming languages (BASIC, Pascal and C). The book also includes detailed descriptions of the three main operating systems (CP/M, DOS and UNIX) common to the most modern personal computers.
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Front Cover -- Microprocessors and their Operating Systems -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Chapter 1. Microcomputer Principles -- 1.1 Microcomputer Architecture -- 1.2 CPU (Central Processor Unit) -- 1.3 Memory -- 1.4 Input/Output -- 1.5 Stack, Subroutines and Interrupts -- Bibliography -- Chapter 2. Intel 8080/8085 Family (8-bit) -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 8085 Pin Functions -- 2.3 Processor Architecture -- 2.4 Instruction Set -- 2.5 Support Devices -- 2.6 Applications -- 2.7 Single-chip Microcomputers -- Bibliography -- Chapter 3. Zilog Z80 -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Z80 Pin Functions -- 3.3 Processor Architecture -- 3.4 Instruction Set -- 3.5 Support Devices -- 3.6 Applications -- 3.7 Single-chip Microcomputers -- Bibliography -- Chapter 4. Motorola MC6800 Family (8-bit) -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 MC6800 Pin Functions -- 4.3 Processor Architecture -- 4.4 Instruction Set -- 4.5 Support Devices -- 4.6 Applications -- Bibliography -- Chapter 5. MOS Technology MCS6500 Family (8-bit) -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 MCS6502 Pin Functions -- 5.3 Processor Architecture -- 5.4 Instruction Set -- 5.5 Support Devices -- 5.6 Applications -- 5.7 Multi-function Support Devices -- Bibliography -- Chapter 6. Intel 8086/8088 Family (16-bit) -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 8086/8088 Pin Functions -- 6.3 Processor Architecture -- 6.4 Instruction Set -- 6.5 Memory Connections -- 6.6 Supporting Chips-the 8087 and 8089 -- 6.7 Example Circuit Configurations -- 6.8 The 80186 CPU -- 6.9 The 80286 CPU -- 6.10 The 80130 OSP (Operating System Firmware Processor) -- Bibliography -- Chapter 7. Motorola MC68000 Family (16-bit) -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 MC68000 Pin Functions -- 7.3 Processor Architecture -- 7.4 Instruction Set -- Bibliography -- Chapter 8. Zilog Z891 Family (16-bit) -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Z8001 Pin Functions -- 8.3 Processor Architecture.

8.4 Instruction Set -- 8.5 Memory Management and Virtual Memory -- 8.6 Supporting Chips -- Bibliography -- Chapter 9. 32-bit Microprocessors -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Intel 80386 -- 9.3 Motorola MC68020 -- 9.4 Zilog Z81070 -- 9.5 lnmos Transputer -- Bibliography -- Chapter 10. High-level Languages -- 10.1 Summary of Programming Languages -- 10.2 BASIC -- 10.3 Pascal -- 10.4 C -- Bibliography -- Chapter 11. The CP/M Operating System -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 CP/M "Built-in" Commands -- 11.3 CP/M "Transient" Commands -- 11.4 The CP/M Editor -- 11.5 The CP/M Assembler -- 11.6 The CP/M Debugger -- 11.7 Sample Procedure for Assembly Language Program -- 11.8 MP/M -- Bibliography -- Chapter 12. The PC-DOS (MS-DOS) Operating System -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 PC/MS-DOS Nucleus -- 12.3 Directories and Sub-directories -- 12.4 External Commands -- 12.5 Line Editor -- Bibliography -- Chapter 13. The UNIX Operating System -- 13.1 Introduction -- 13.2 UNIX File Structure -- 13.3 Handling Files -- 13.4 Further Facilities in UNIX Shell -- 13.5 Logging in and Sending Mail -- 13.6 Screen Editor (vi) -- 13.7 Sample Procedure for Pascal Program -- 13.8 Exercises -- Bibliography -- GLOSSARY -- INDEX.

Provides a comprehensive guide to all of the major microprocessor families (8, 16 and 32 bit). The hardware aspects and software implications are described, giving the reader an overall understanding of microcomputer architectures. The internal processor operation of each microprocessor device is presented, followed by descriptions of the instruction set and applications for the device. Software considerations are expanded with descriptions and examples of the main high level programming languages (BASIC, Pascal and C). The book also includes detailed descriptions of the three main operating systems (CP/M, DOS and UNIX) common to the most modern personal computers.

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