Three Simulator Tools For Teaching Computer Architecture :

  title={Three Simulator Tools For Teaching Computer Architecture :},
  author={Cecile Yehezkel and William Yurcik and Murray Pearson and Dean Armstrong},
Teaching computer architecture (at any level) is not an easy task. A critical mass of educators has begun using visualizations of different computer architectures based on simulators to enhance learning. Here we present three representative computer simulators for learning which show: (1) a growing consensus for computer simulation as a teaching tool for complex dynamic processes such as computer architecture and (2) one solution to meet the wide spectrum of target populations and didactic… CONTINUE READING
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