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Unread post Thu Sep 19, 2013 8:18 am

Re: Primer: Elements of Proc. Architecture. The H/S Interpla

Good catch.
thank you - new version updated.
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Unread post Mon Sep 30, 2013 12:18 pm

Re: Primer: Elements of Proc. Architecture. The H/S Interpla

Pages 32 - 56:

Page 34: "northbridge of motherboard chipset" - Better to say "a portion of the motherboard known as the northbridge." This clues the reader that it is the first time the term "northbridge" has been used.

Page 35: "double data rate two type three" - Do you mean DDR2 or DDR3?

Page 38 "blow" - "below"

Page 39 "In other words T_s can be large" - Should be T_e?

Page 45 "A virtual address has two parts to it: a group of bits is used to indicate in each page the offset of an address." - Consider rewording.
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Unread post Mon Sep 30, 2013 12:19 pm

Re: Primer: Elements of Proc. Architecture. The H/S Interpla

^^^ forgot to sign with name.

-Elliott
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Unread post Tue Oct 01, 2013 9:28 am

Re: Primer: Elements of Proc. Architecture. The H/S Interpla

Thanks a lot, Elliott - I took care of these issues and uploaded a new version online.
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