ARM System-on-Chip Architecture
ARM System-on-Chip Architecture is a book detailing the system-on-chip ARM architecture, as a specific implementation of reduced instruction set computing. It was written by Steve Furber, who co-designed the ARM processor with Sophie Wilson.
2nd edition cover
|2000 (2nd ed.)|
The book's content covers the architecture, assembly language programming, support mechanisms for high-level programming languages, the instruction set and the building of operating systems. The Thumb instruction set is also covered in detail.
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