The foundation of nearly all modern computers is called the Vonn Neumann Architecture.
A key characteristic of the Vonn Neumann Architecture is that instructions are stored in memory, alongside the data.
The four major subsystems of the Vonn Neumann Architecture are:
ALU and the Control Unit are often combined into what we call the CPU.
The Von Neumann Cycle is the cycle that a Von Neumann machine repeats until a
HALT instruction or an error.
All the components of a Vonn Neumann machine.
To select the input from a large numbers of registers, we can use multiplexors. We can use one multiplexor for each operand, allowing us to select which two registers we need.