MNIT Jaipur Syllabus IT Computer Architecture
Introduction to computer architecture and organization: Digital components, Von Neumann
Machine Architecture, Flynn ClassificationRegister Transfer Language: Micro operations – data transfer operations, arithmetic, logic and shift
micro operations and their hardware implementations as a simple Arithmetic and logic unit.
CPU Organization: Addressing techniques – Immediate, direct, indirect, register, register indirect,
index, relative and stack addressing techniques.
Instruction formats: Instruction set design, Instruction types: example for zero address, one address,
two address and three address machines, Stack, accumulator and general purpose register organization
Arithmetic Algorithms: Arithmetic and Logic Unit, Adders – Full adder, Ripple carry adder, Carry look
ahead adder, Carry select adder, carry save adder, Multiplication – Add and Shift method, Booth’s
Multiplier,m Array Multiplier, Division – Restoring and Non restoring method.
Pipelining: Pipeline structure, pipeline performance measures, Pipeline types – Instruction and
Memory Organization: Memory device characteristics, RAM organization: 1D and 2D organization,
Virtual memory – Paging and Segmentation, High speed memories: Associative and Cache memory
Control Unit Design, Hardwired and Micro programmed control unit design implementation techniques
Input-Output Design: IO interface, Bus structure, Modes of data transfer, Interrupts, Input Output
Processor, Serial Communication
1. Computer Architecture: A Quantitative Approach, J.L. Hennessy and D.A. Patterson, 4