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Chapter 1 - IntroductionChapter 2 - Data Representation In Computer SystemsChapter 3 - Boolean Algebra And Digital LogicChapter 4 - Marie: An Introduction To A Simple ComputerChapter 5 - A Closer Look At Instuction Set ArchitecturesChapter 6 - MemoryChapter 7 - Input/output SystemsChapter 8 - System SoftwareChapter 9 - Alternative ArchitecturesChapter 10 - Topics In Embedded Systems

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