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Arm System-On-Chip Architecture (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 17. August 2000

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The future of the computer and communications industries is converging on mobile information appliances - phones, PDAs, laptops and other devices. The ARM is at the heart of this trend, leading the way in system-on-chip (SoC) development and becoming the processor core of choice for many embedded applications. System-on-chip technology is changing the way we use computers, but it also sets designers the very challenging problem of getting a complex SoC design right first time. ARM System-on-Chip Architecture introduces the concepts and methodologies employed in designing a system-on-chip based around a microprocessor core, and in designing the core itself. Extensive illustrations, based on the ARM, give practical substance to the design principles set out in the book, reinforcing the reader's understanding of how and why SoCs and microprocessors are designed as they are.

ARM System-on-Chip Architecture: - presents and discusses the major issues of system-on-chip design, including memory hierarchy, caches, memory management, on-chip buses, on-chip debug and production test - provides an overview of the ARM processor family, enabling the reader to decide which ARM is best for the job in hand - describes the ARM and Thumb programming models, enabling the designer to begin to develop applications - covers all the latest ARM products and developments, including StrongARM, the ARM9 and ARM10 series of cores, and the ARM-based SoC components at the heart of Ericsson's Bluetooth technology, the Psion Series 5 PDA and Samsung's SGH2400 GSM handset - includes details on the AMULET asynchronous ARM cores and the AMULET3H asynchronous SoC subsystem ARM System-on-Chip Architecture is an essential handbook for system-on-chip designers using ARM processor cores and engineers working with the ARM. It can also be used as a course text for undergraduate and masters students of computer science, computer engineering and electrical engineering.

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Steve Furber has a long association with the ARM, having helped create the first ARM chips during the 1980s. Now an academic, but still actively involved in ARM development, he presents an authoritative perspective on the many complex factors that influence the design of a modern system-on-chip and the microprocessor core that is at its heart. This book represents the culmination of fifteen years of experience of ARM research and development and of teaching undergraduate, masters and industrial training courses in system-on-chip design using the ARM.
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Von Ein Kunde am 27. November 2003
Format: Taschenbuch
This book is a good introductory text when you have only little knowledge on ARM architicture and SOCs in general. It covers all the basics you need to know but when it comes to designing a real system you need the ARM architecture reference manual by David Seal. So this book aims more on students than on experienced hardware and software engineers. Anyway for students, as I am, it's a good choice that should be worth four stars.
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HASH(0x9a608aec) von 5 Sternen An outstanding collection of ARM knowledge! 10. September 2000
Von Chris C. Kraemer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This book is an excellent overall compendium for the ARM processor core. This book is a must for anyone doing embedded design work that has never worked with an ARM core previously. Steve Furber presents the information in a very readable format, but technical enough to capture the important details. The book covers the basic design decisions that went into the ARM originally, the entire ARM family, and then goes on to explain how ARM cores get built into ASICs, and the tools and features of the ARM that make it one of the most powerful embedded cores in the biz.
Other topics include: ARM architecture, complete assembly language listing with explanations and bit encodings, organizational considerations like the ARM 3 and 5 stage instruction pipe-lines, the Thumb instruction set (ARM's answer to CISC code density advantage), peripheral memory and on-board cache considerations (like tuning the system clock to your RAM speed for optimal performance), and others. The book is worth every penny!
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HASH(0x9a608b40) von 5 Sternen Excellent introduction to the ARM 9. Mai 2002
Von Dennis Munsie - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This is an excellent introductory book for the budding ARM programmer. I bought it because I am trying to learn more about programming for the GameBoy Advance, but that is only one of the many different devices that use the ARM.
For those who are scared by assembly language and the low-level details, this book is a good way to learn without being tossed into the fire.
If you already consider yourself an assembly wizz on another CPU, this book will give you a lot of the details that you might miss otherwise. For example, while the ARM can be coded for in a way similar to the popular x86 line, doing so can lead to very poor code.
The ARM chip is also RISC based, and in the past, RISC meant programmer unfriendly. This book shows you the insides of the most programmer friendly RISC chip you'll ever find.
I say that if you have any interest in programming for an ARM device (and believe me, there are plenty to program for), this should be on your shelf, right next to the documentation from the ARM web site.
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HASH(0x9a608f78) von 5 Sternen perfect introductory book 22. Januar 2001
Von Andrew Swartzbaugh - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I am trying to understand the eCos (embeddable Configurable OS by Red Hat) source code for the Cirruslogic edb7212 development board and this book was the perfect book to read. I'm slowly making headway into the code but without this book, it would have been much slower and much more painful. This book gave me a very good understanding of embedded systems - not just the processor but all the components in an embedded system.
One pleasant surprise was how few mistakes were in the book. I really grinded through the text and found very few mistakes.
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HASH(0x998e4360) von 5 Sternen Classical, Definitive Guide up to ARM9 23. August 2008
Von Soon Yau Cheong - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This is one of the best technical books I've ever read. It is very easy to read, no nonsense, very practical and packed with lots of designer's secret you probably won't find elsewhere. Although many newer ARM cores had been designed since the publication in 8 years ago, the content of remain relavent, as there are still many designs based on ARM7 and ARM9 which are explained very detail in this book (some limited coverage on ARM10). Maybe the author just need to publish a Volume II to continue from this book left, rather than another edision.

This book isn't just for ARM user, I would recommend it to any engineer or graduate student who deal with microprocessor. Most microprocessor textbooks only tell you 'how' a processor or a bus work. This book tells you 'Why'. The author tells from his real design experience on how to improve the professor performance by using different pipeline, memory architecture, cache, bus etc.

Buy it, it is fun to read!
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HASH(0x998e4444) von 5 Sternen Finally, understandable and un-mistification-like book about computers (ARM this time) 3. Dezember 2009
Von M. Vasiljevic - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I am first going to mention that I have moderate digital electronics, C, and (various type of)assembler experience, but also lack of knowledge when it comes to deep understanding of computer-specialised hardware.

Writer of the book is person who invented ARM (along with his colleague Sophie Wilson if I am correct). He is also very literate and doesn't write in riddles, like many programmers and engineers do.

You have to read book slowly and lot of times if you, like me, have insufficient knowledge from undergrad studies. Wikipedia helps, too.

The book is not full of flashy and obvious examples, but every sentence has meaning, every one is connected logically with previous. You should read it slowly.

This book is great, it's only flaw is testing the chip topic, where the difference between simulator and emulator isn't explained clearly and ICE is not well written in my opinion. Therefore four and half stars.

I am thankful to author because I have learned some things my professors just mentioned and that are from 'real world' and can be used in industry, not only to make tasks for exam.
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