COMPUTER ORGANIZATION BOOK

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In some computers, data retrieved from memory may immediately participate in an arithmetic or logical operation. Other computers simply save the data returned by the memory into a register for processing by a subsequent instruction. At the end of execution, any result from the instruction may be saved either in registers or in memory.

Computer Organization

Decode the Instruction[ edit ] To execute the instruction in the instruction register, the control unit has to determine what instruction it is. It might be an instruction to access data from an input device, to send data to an output device, or to perform some operation on a data value. At this phase, the instruction is decoded into control signals.

That is, the logic of the circuitry in the CPU determines which operation is to be executed. This step shows why a computer can execute only instructions that are expressed in its own machine language. The instructions themselves are literally built into the circuit.

Get Data If Needed[ edit ] The instruction to be executed may potentially require additional memory accesses to complete its task. For example, if the instruction says to add the contents of a memory location to a register, the control unit must get the contents of the memory location. Execute the Instruction[ edit ] Once an instruction has been decoded and any operands data fetched, the control unit is ready to execute the instruction. In the case of adding a number to a register, the operand is sent to the ALU and added to the contents of the register.

When the execution is complete, the cycle begins again.

If the last instruction was to add a value to the contents of a register, the next instruction probably says to store the results into a place in memory. However, the next instruction might be a control instruction—that is, an instruction that asks a question about the result of the last instruction and perhaps changes the contents of the program counter. Hardware has changed dramatically in the last half-century, yet the von Neumann model remains the basis of most computers today.

As Alan Perlis, a well-known computer scientist once said; Sometimes I think the only universal in the computing field is the Fetch-Execute Cycle. RAM is memory in which each cell usually a byte can be directly accessed. Inherent in the idea of being able to access each location is the ability to change the contents of each location.

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That is, storing something else into that place can change the bit pattern in each cell. In the case of adding a number to a register, the operand is sent to the ALU and added to the contents of the register.

When the execution is complete, the cycle begins again. If the last instruction was to add a value to the contents of a register, the next instruction probably says to store the results into a place in memory.

However, the next instruction might be a control instruction—that is, an instruction that asks a question about the result of the last instruction and perhaps changes the contents of the program counter. Hardware has changed dramatically in the last half-century, yet the von Neumann model remains the basis of most computers today. As Alan Perlis, a well-known computer scientist once said; Sometimes I think the only universal in the computing field is the Fetch-Execute Cycle.

RAM is memory in which each cell usually a byte can be directly accessed. Inherent in the idea of being able to access each location is the ability to change the contents of each location.

That is, storing something else into that place can change the bit pattern in each cell. The contents in locations in ROM cannot be changed. Their contents are permanent and cannot be altered by a second operation. Placing the bit pattern in ROM is called burning. The bit pattern is burnt either at the time the ROM is manufactured or at the time the computer parts are assembled.

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Because ROM is stable and cannot be changed, it is used to store the instructions that the computer needs to start itself. Frequently used software is also stored in ROM so that the system does not have to read the software each time the machine is turned on. Secondary Storage Devices[ edit ] 2.

An input device is the means by which data and programs are entered into the computer and stored into memory.

An output device is the means by which results are sent back to the user.

Because most of main memory is volatile and limited, it is essential that there be other types of storage devices where programs and data can be stored when they are no longer being processed or when the machine is not turned on. These other types of storage devices other than that of main memory are called secondary or auxiliary storage devices.

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Computer Organisation

In the case of adding a number to a register, the operand is sent to the ALU and added to the contents of the register. Decode the Instruction[ edit ] To execute the instruction in the instruction register, the control unit has to determine what instruction it is.

Because ROM is stable and cannot be changed, it is used to store the instructions that the computer needs to start itself.

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