Computer arithmetic is a field of computer science that investigates how computers should represent numbers and perform operations on them. It includes integer arithmetic, fixed-point arithmetic, and floating-point (FP) arithmetic.

In this “Computer Arithmetic - Computer Architecture” you will learn about following topics:

- Data Representation
- Provision for Decimal Position
- Provision for Sign Representation
- Integer Arithmetic
- Unsigned Binary Multiplication Algorithm
- Signed Binary Multiplication (Booth’s) Algorithms
- Unsigned Binary Division Algorithm
- Representation of Fractions
- Fixed Point Representation
- Floating Point Representation
- Floating-Point Arithmetic
- BCD Arithmetic Unit
- BCD Adder
- Pipelining
- Arithmetic Pipelining

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

Unit I: Introduction To Computer Architecture And Organization - Computer Architecture

Unit II: Register Transfer And Micro Operations - Computer Architecture

Unit III: Central Processing Unit (CPU) - Computer Architecture

Unit V: Control Unit (CU) - Computer Architecture

Unit VI: Memory Organization - Computer Architecture

Unit VII: Input/Ouput Organization - Computer Architecture

Unit VIII: Reduced Instruction Set Computer (RISC) - Computer Architecture

Unit IX: Introduction To Parallel Processing - Computer Architecture

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