The central processing unit (CPU) or processor, is the unit which performs most of the processing inside a computer. It processes all instructions received by software running on the PC and by other hardware components, and acts as a powerful calculator.

Central Processing Unit (CPU) - Computer Architecture

In this “Central Processing Unit (CPU) - Computer Architecture” you will learn about following topics:

  1. Computer Organization/Structure
  2. Detailed View of CPU
  3. Register Organization
  4. User/Programmable
  5. Status and Control Registers
  6. Data Paths
  7. Functional Blocks of a Data path
  8. Instruction Cycle
  9. Instruction Cycle State Diagram (Detail)
  10. Arithmetic and Logical Unit
  11. Design Principles for Modern System

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BCA 5th Semester CA (Computer Architecture) Notes Pdf:

  1. Unit I: Introduction To Computer Architecture And Organization - Computer Architecture
  2. Unit II: Register Transfer And Micro Operations - Computer Architecture
  3. Unit IV: Computer Arithmetic - Computer Architecture
  4. Unit V: Control Unit (CU) - Computer Architecture
  5. Unit VI: Memory Organization - Computer Architecture
  6. Unit VII: Input/Ouput Organization - Computer Architecture
  7. Unit VIII: Reduced Instruction Set Computer (RISC) - Computer Architecture
  8. Unit IX: Introduction To Parallel Processing - Computer Architecture
  9. Unit X: Multicore Computers - Computer Architecture