Assembly Books 2

Assembly Language 2/3

5. MIPS Assembly Language Programming Using QtSpim

Author(s) Ed Jorgensen

Publisher: University of Nevada, Las Vegas 2013

The books aims to give free and easy reference to high level programming and architecture units which includes sections on MIPS assembly language. The book makes use of the QtSpim simulator. An includes an appendix which covers the downloading, installation, and basic use of the simulator. As mentioned in the book’s introduction, “The scope of this text addresses basic MIPS assembly language programming including instruction set basics, stack, procedure/function calls, QtSpim simulator system services, multiple dimension arrays, and basic recursion.”

6. Programmed Introduction to MIPS Assembly Language

Author(s) Bradley Kjell

Publisher: Central Connecticut State University (August, 2007)

The book brings to its readers assembly and its role in computer programming and design. It is majorly focused on protected-mode Pentium programming, MIPS assembly language programming, and how NASM and SPIM assemblers can be utilized for Linux orientated programs. According to the book’s introduction, “The focus is on providing students with a firm grasp of the main features of assembly programming, and how it can be used to improve a computer’s performance. All of the main features are covered in depth, and the book is equally viable for DOS or Linux, MIPS (RISC) or CISC (Pentium). The book is based on a successful course given by the author and includes numerous hands-on exercises.”

7. Beginners Introduction to the Assembly Language of ATMEL-AVR-Microprocessors

Author(s) Gerhard Schmidt (2011)

Publisher: Unkown

This book uses a step-by-step methodology to cover the Assembly language programming of Atmel AVR microcontrollers. Assembly language is used in peripheral programming. As the introduction of the book says, “It offers a systematic approach in programming and interfacing of the Atmel AVR with LCD, keyboard, ADC, DAC, Sensors, Serial Ports, Timers, DC and Stepper Motors, Opto-isolators, and RTC.”

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