Preface


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Preface
Preface
<emphasis role="bold">Reading This Book</emphasis> Microprocessor design isn’t hard, but sometimes it seems that way. As processors have grown in complexity and processor design teams have grown in size, individual design engineers have become more specialized, focusing on only one part of the design process. Each step in the design flow has its own jargon; today it is not at all hard to be working on a processor design team and still not have a clear understanding of aspects of design that don’t involve you personally. Likewise, most textbooks focus on one particular aspect of processor design, often leaving out information ab…
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Grant McFarland: Microprocessor Design: A Practical Guide from Design Planning to Manufacturing. Preface, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2006), AccessEngineering Export