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by Albert Paul Malvino

ePub Digital computer electronics download
Albert Paul Malvino
Gregg Division, McGraw-Hill (1977)
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Malvino's clear writing makes his guiding of the reader through increasingly complex circuits easy to understand.

Ships from and sold by Vistaworldstore. Malvino's clear writing makes his guiding of the reader through increasingly complex circuits easy to understand. No words are gratuitous even though many were repeated! His repetition to reinforce concepts throughout the book is well timed and appreciated.

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Malvino, Albert Paul. This is one of the best books on digital electronics I have ever read. This scan, however is missing a couple of pages from the table of contents. Electronic digital computers, Microcomputers, Intel 8085 (Microprocessor), Microcomputers, Digital computers. New York : Gregg Division, McGraw-Hill.

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  • Malvino has a way with words and manages to simplify many aspects of low level digital electronics. I'm about half-way through the book and already cherish it for its very thorough explanations, starting from the simplest aspects (bits) and working towards more sophisticated elements of circuit design (truth tables with Karnaugh Maps). Along the way you'll take in many lessons on Boolean algebra and simplification techniques (don't let this scare you away - it's really not bad at all).

    While the book is definitely old, it's still very relevant, even with all of the improvements to computers over the last few decades. About the only possible complaint I could have at this point in the book is that some of the chapter review questions seem a bit tedious, particularly since we only have half the answers in the back so it's questionable whether those problems are worth doing since you can't confirm whether you correctly understand the material. That aside, there's lots of questions (with answers) along the way within the actual chapter content, so you still have lots of chances to confirm your understanding.

    Bottom line, the book is a classic, the writing style is very easy to read, the quality of what it conveys is all-encompassing, and you'd be hard-pressed to find anything better on the subject. A must have for your electronics library.

  • Just perfect for what I needed it for - making a 1970's (retro) computer. While it starts with a lot of the very basic explanation of digital circuits, it also goes into detail the design of a generic CPU in 3 stages (SAP-1, SAP-2, and SAP-3 where SAP stands for Simple As Possible). Each stage adds more functionality ending up with a very useable 8-bit CPU that can easily be enhanced by the reader. Beautifully written and illustrated.

  • And almost 40 years later.... still got it.

    Malvino's clear writing makes his guiding of the reader through increasingly complex circuits easy to understand. No words are gratuitous even though many were repeated! His repetition to reinforce concepts throughout the book is well timed and appreciated. He also teaches the material from a historical perspective which I really appreciate. I tend to believe this is how web programming should be taught - from a humble static website through to dynamic service oriented architectures.

    It's honestly refreshing to read a text like this. It reminds me of a Physical Chemistry textbook Professor Garetz used at Polytechnic. So few people write about complicated subjects without drowning it in terminology. It's a quality you see in these "bible" type textbooks which are still in usage 10, 20, 30+ years from their first edition run.

    As he states, "This doesn't mean this book is easy. It means you never get a complex explanation when a simple one will do. It means the discussion of each topic is no harder than it has to be. It means the book is for your ego trip, not mine; a reader is very smart when an author gets out of the way." How bhuddist.

    A note on the dating: when you hit the last two chapters you'll start to realize the content there is not very relevant for today (specifically the programming chapter) but by then you'll have learned so so much you won't even care.

  • Originally used this textbook as part of undergraduate work in electronics engineering. I used the 1977 edition of this book. This book is still one of the best in it's field. Highly recommended for the electronic engineering or engineering technology major.

  • The book came perfectly in good condition. However, the paper is extremely thin and seems likely to rip in the future unless handled with excessive care. Also, it says it was printed in India and only allowed to be sold in India if that makes a difference to anyone. But otherwise it's just fine.

  • I learned so much. I just wish it had the implementation of the SAP-3 instead of just the SAP-1.

  • This book may be over 35 years old, but much of the material is still valid. If you have any interest in computers or CPUs beyond the "black box", this will help you get inside what is going on. You won't be building massive 64-bit processors with parallel pipelines based on the information here, but many of the basic concepts still remain the same, such as program counters, registers, and select lines.

    If you are familiar with digital electronics, such as gates and things, some of the book may considered unnecessary. But it is when the author takes those basic gates and starts building control paths and then even microcode, that is when the value of the book becomes apparent.

  • Awesome book. 5 stars for anyone learning computer circuit theory.