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can't fault it,
This review is from: Fundamentals of Computer Architecture (Paperback)
this is the only coursebook i opened even AFTER my computer science course. for every other topic i found better books than the ones we were told to buy, but this one is the gold standard in its field.
it is enjoyably fast paced, yet simple to understand, clear and without any nonsense, always to the point, you never read ".. this will be explained later in the book.." type of nonsense; each chapter is pretty much self contained.
i can't say i liked the jasp processor, but the book gave me solid grounds to build on. i don't think i'd have been able to enter the world of FPGAs without it.