Computer Organisation


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Rajesh Koolwal & Dr. Saroj Kumar


University of Rajasthan - UOR, BCA, First Part (First Year) 
Max. Marks: 100
Computer System History and Architecture Development, Von Neumann Machine, Mother Board, System Clock, Bus (Data, Address Control), Bus Architecture (ISA, MCA, EISA, PCI, AGP), Expansion Slots and Cards (Network Adapter Cards, SCSI Card, Sound Card, TV Tuner Card, PC Card), Ports (Serial Parallel, AGP, USB Fire Wire), Cables (RS 232, BIN), Input Devices, Output Devices, Storage Devices, Random versus Sequential Access, Formatting, Tracks and Sectors, Speed, Storage Capacity, Floppy Disk, Hard Disk Tracks, Cylinders, Sectors; Hard Drive Interfaces, Optical Disks, Magnetic Tape, Modem (Fax/Data/Voice).
Basic Building Blocks –I/O, Memory, ALU and its Components, Control Unit and its Functions, Instruction – Word, Instruction and Execution Cycle, Branch, Skip, Jump and Shift Instruction, Operation of Control Registers; Controlling of Arithmetic Operations, Classification of Computers (Workstation, Mainframe, Super Computer, Client Server Control, Notebook, Tablet, PalmTop Computer).
Basics of Computer Organisation; System Buses and Instructions Cycles, Memory Subsystem Organization; System Buses and Instruction Cycle, Memory Subsystem Organization and Interfacing, I/O Subsystem Organisations and Interfacing, Register Transfer Languages. CPU Design: Specifying a CPU, Design and Implementation of a Simple CPU (Fetching Instructions from Memory, Decoding and Executing Instruction, Establishing Required Data Paths, Design of ALU, Design of the Control Unit and Design Verification), Design and Implementation of a Simple Micro Sequencer, Features of Pentium Microprocessors.
Addressing Techniques – Direct, Indirect, Immediate, Relative, Indexed Addressing and Paging. Registers – Indexed, General Purpose, Special Purpose, Overflow, Carry, Shift, Scratch, Memory Buffer Register; Accumulators; Stack Pointers; Floating Point; Status information of Buffer Registers. Memory: Main Memory, RAM, Static and Dynamic, ROM, EPROM, EEPROM, EAROM, Cache and Virtual Memory.
Buses, Interfacing Buses, Bus Formats – Address, Data and Control, Interfacing Keyboard, Display, Auxiliary Storage Devices and Printers. I/O Cards in Personal Computer.
Introduction to Microprocessors and Microcontrollers: Introduction to 8085 Microprocessor, Examples of Few Instructions to Understand Addressing Techniques. Difference between Microprocessor and Microcontrollers, RICS vs. CISC.
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