Programmed Introduction to MIPS Assembly Language
by Bradley Kjell
Publisher: Central Connecticut State University 2004
This is a course in assembly language programming of the MIPS processor. It emphasizes the topics needed for study of computer architecture: bits, bit patterns, operations on bit patterns, and how bit patterns represent instructions and data. The emphasis of the course is on understanding how computers work. This will provide a basis for further study of computer architecture and computer software.
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