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Synonyms for computer architecture

the art of assembling logical elements into a computing device

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The world's leading computer system simulation platform with the capability to simulate any computer system, ranging from single boards through multicore and multiprocessor computers to arbitrary networks of computers, Virtutech Simics enables comprehensive software development, test, system studies and computer architecture research in a simulated environment.
The uniquely integrated approach of Computer Architecture and Organization connects the programmer's view of a computer system with the associated hardware and peripheral devices, providing a thorough, three-dimensional view of what goes on inside the machine.
Compare that with the current trend in high performance computing: cluster computers based on personal computer architectures, commodity microprocessors, Gigabit Ethernet and standard networked storage architectures.
Predicting the performance characteristics of a computer for your specific application codes is a very complex process and buyers often narrow the field of choices by first deciding on the basic computer architecture type, e.
The Yankee Group's just-released report, Emerging Computer Architectures, examines the development of new hardware architectures and their likely impact on manufacturing computing.
By 1993 the clear majority of new computer architectures sold--which by then will be standard computer architectures--will be supplied by established computer vendors.
Professor Heurings research encompasses computer architectures and programming language design implementation.
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The uniquely integrated approach of Computer Architecture and Organization connects the programmers view of a computer system with the associated hardware and peripheral devices, providing a thorough, three-dimensional view of what goes on inside the machine.
Covering all the major topics normally found in a first course in computer architecture, the text focuses on the essentials including the instruction set architecture (ISA), network-related issues, and programming methodology.
Balanced and thoughtfully designed for use as either a classroom text or self-study guide, Computer Architecture and Organization: An Integrated Approach will put you solidly on track for advancing to higher levels in computer-related disciplines.
Professor Wang's expertise and reputation in wireless communications is a significant complement to Professor Saunders' knowledge of indoor propagation (WiFi and femtocell), and Professor May's standing in the field of computer architectures and multi-core processing.
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