The Intel Microprocessors: 8086/8088, 80186/80188, 80286, 80386, 80486, Pentium, Pentium Pro, and Pentium II Processors : Architecture, Programming, and Interfacing

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Prentice Hall, 2000 - Computers - 966 pages
Keeping readers on the forefront of technology, this timely book offers a practical reference to all programming and interfacing aspects of the popular Intel family of microprocessors. Organized in an orderly and manageable format that stimulates and challenges understanding, the book contains numerous example programs using the Microsoft Macro Assembler program, and provides a thorough description of each Intel family member, memory systems, and various I/O systems. Topics include an introduction to the microprocessor and computer; the microprocessor and its architecture; addressing modes; data movement instructions; arithmetic and logic instructions; program control instructions; programming the microprocessor; using assembly language with c/c++; 8086/8088 hardware specifications; memory interface; basic I/O interface; interrupts; direct memory access and dma-controlled I/O; the arithmetic coprocessor and mmx technology; bus interface; the 80186, 80188, and 80286 microprocessor; the 80386 and 80468 microprocessors; the Pentium and Pentium pro microprocessors; and the Pentium ii microprocessor. For those interested in the electrical engineering, electronic engineering technology, microprocessor software or microprocessor interfacing aspects of the Intel family of microprocessors.

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Barry Brey is one of America's Premier authors whose many books on microprocessors and assembly language, based on his actual teaching experience, have helped educate hundreds of thousands of students and readers throughout North America and the world.

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