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## CSCI206 - Computer Organization & Programming

CSCI206 - Computer Organization & Programming. Machine Language. Revised by Alexander Fuchsberger and Xiannong Meng in spring 2019 based on the notes by other instructors. zyBook: 5.4 Lab 2 & Prelab 3 are due tomorrow!. Positional Number Systems. n-th digit base.

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## Concocting an Instruction Set

Concocting an Instruction Set. move flour,bowl add milk,bowl add egg,bowl move bowl,mixer rotate mixer. Nerd Chef at work. Read: Chapter 2.1-2.6. Main Memory. Central Processing Unit.

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Computer Organization and Design Instruction Sets. Montek Singh Mon, Jan 24, 2011 Lecture 3. Concocting an Instruction Set. move flour,bowl add milk,bowl add egg,bowl move bowl,mixer rotate mixer. Nerd Chef at work. Read: Chapter 2.1-2.3, 2.5-2.7. A General-Purpose Computer.

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## Digital Design – Register-Transfer Level (RTL) Design

Digital Design – Register-Transfer Level (RTL) Design. Chapter 5 - Register-Transfer Level (RTL) Design. Digital Design RTL Design. Table 5.1 RTL Design Process. Digital Design RTL Design. Figure 5.1 Laser-based distance measurement.

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## Concocting an Instruction Set

Concocting an Instruction Set. move flour,bowl add milk,bowl add egg,bowl move bowl,mixer rotate mixer. Nerd Chef at work. Read: Chapter 2.1-2.3, 2.5-2.7. Main Memory. Central Processing Unit.

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## Registers

Registers. The filp-flops are essential component in clocked sequential circuits. Circuits that include filp-flops are usually classified by the function they perform. Two such circuits are registers and counters.

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## Registers

Registers. Today we’ll see another common sequential device: registers. They’re a good example of sequential analysis and design. They are also frequently used in building larger sequential circuits. Registers hold larger quantities of data than individual flip-flops.

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## Registers

Registers. Register – a collection of binary storage elements In theory, a register is sequential logic which can be defined by a state table More often think of a register as storing a vector of binary values

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## Registers

Registers. Registers like counters are clocked sequential circuits A register is a group of flip-flops. Each flip-flop capable of storing one bit of information An n-bit register consists of n flip-flops capable of storing n bits of information

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## Registers

Registers. D Q. D Q. D Q. D Q. D Q. 4. 4. A 4-Bit Register. D3. Q3. CLK. D2. Q2. D. Q. CLK. CLK. D1. Q1. Could be called a parallel-in/parallel-out register. Why?. CLK. D0. Q0. CLK. D Q. D Q. D Q. D Q. A Shift Register. Q3. Q2. Q1. Q0. SerIn.

## Registers

Registers. Flip-flops are available in a variety of configurations. A simple one with two independent D flip-flops with clear and preset signals is illustrated on the following slide. Although packaged together, the two flip-flops are unrelated.

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## Registers

Registers. VHDL Tutorial R. E. Haskell and D. M. Hanna T2: Sequential Logic Circuits. An 8-bit register. d(7 downto 0). clr. reg. clk. load. q(7 downto 0). Register entity. Register architecture. architecture reg_arch of reg is begin process (clk, clr) begin

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## Registers

A. B. R0. DPTR. DPH. DPL. R1. R2. PC. PC. R3. Some 8051 16-bit Register. R4. R5. R6. R7. Some 8-bit Registers of the 8051 A: Accumulator B: Used specially in MUL/DIV R0-R7: GPRs. Registers. 8051 Programming using Assembly. The MOV Instruction – Addressing Modes.

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## Registers

Registers. Mano and Kime Sections 5-2, 5-3. 4-Bit Register. outp. inp. delay1. delay2. delay3. clk.

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## Registers

Registers. Now we’ll see another common sequential device: registers. They’re a good example of sequential analysis and design. They are also frequently used in building larger sequential circuits. Registers hold larger quantities of data than individual flip-flops.

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