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Designing the 8086/8088 Microcomputer System

Designing the 8086/8088 Microcomputer System

Designing the 8086/8088 Microcomputer System. Typical Microprocessor Based System. Control. Memory/IO. CPU. Address. Data. 8086/8088 Busses. Address Bus 20 address lines so a 2 20 byte address space. Pins A0-A19 provide the address

By bryson
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MIPS processor continued

MIPS processor continued

MIPS processor continued. In Class Exercise – Supporting Jump Register. Supporting jr Instruction. Performance. Assume that Memory access: 200ps ALU and adders: 100 ps Register file read: 50ps Register file write: 50ps (the clk-to-q delay) PC update: 10ps (the clk-to-q delay)

By gelsey
(134 views)

Guidance for West Virginia Schools and Districts

Guidance for West Virginia Schools and Districts

Guidance for West Virginia Schools and Districts. April 2012. Introduction to SPL.

By penn
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S kills : none

S kills : none

Program execution. S kills : none C oncepts : computer components, stored program computer, machine language, register, fetch-execute cycle, von Neumann architecture, CPU history. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License. .

By devon
(90 views)

CSE P501 – Compiler Construction

CSE P501 – Compiler Construction

CSE P501 – Compiler Construction. Instruction Scheduling Issues Latencies List scheduling. Instruction Scheduling is . . . a b c d e f g h. b a d f c g h f. Schedule. Execute in-order to get correct answer. Issue in new order eg : memory fetch is slow eg : divide is slow

By polly
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Constructive Computer Architecture Tutorial 7: SMIPS Labs and Epochs Andy Wright 6.S195 TA

Constructive Computer Architecture Tutorial 7: SMIPS Labs and Epochs Andy Wright 6.S195 TA

Constructive Computer Architecture Tutorial 7: SMIPS Labs and Epochs Andy Wright 6.S195 TA. Introduction. Lab 6 6 Stage SMIPS Processor Due today Lab 7 Complex Branch Predictors Posted online Due next Friday. Lab 6. Does low IPC => low grade?

By galvin
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K-12 Reading and Writing Curriculum Sub-Committee

K-12 Reading and Writing Curriculum Sub-Committee

K-12 Reading and Writing Curriculum Sub-Committee. Schalmont – Feb. 28, 2013. Today’s Agenda. Understanding the Charge (15 min.) Understanding Curriculum, Instruction and Resources (30 min.) K-12 Perspective CCLS (30 min.) Planning ahead (15 min.). Our Charge.

By gizela
(134 views)

COSC 3330/6308 First Review Session

COSC 3330/6308 First Review Session

COSC 3330/6308 First Review Session. Fall 2012. First Question. Simplify the following Boolean expression. w (v x y + y) +w' y + v w x + y. Answer. w (v x y + y) +w' y + v w x + y = v w x y + w y + w' y + v w x + y. v w x y + w y + w' y + v w x + y. Answer.

By lan
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CS170 Computer Organization and Architecture I

CS170 Computer Organization and Architecture I

CS170 Computer Organization and Architecture I. Ayman Abdel-Hamid Department of Computer Science Old Dominion University Lecture 17: 10/31/2002. Outline. Addressing in Branches and Jumps Addressing modes summary Section 3.8. Addressing in Branches and Jumps 1/7.

By arwen
(88 views)

Coldfire Exceptions and Interrupts

Coldfire Exceptions and Interrupts

Coldfire Exceptions and Interrupts. Computer Science & Engineering Department Arizona State University Tempe, AZ 85287 Dr. Yann-Hang Lee yhlee@asu.edu (480) 727-7507. Building Executable Code. Compile source programs to object code files

By bat
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Computer System Chapter 8. Exceptional Control Flow

Computer System Chapter 8. Exceptional Control Flow

Computer System Chapter 8. Exceptional Control Flow. Lynn Choi Korea University. Control Flow. Computers do Only One Thing From startup to shutdown, a CPU simply reads and executes (interprets) a sequence of instructions, one at a time.

By jonah
(109 views)

Experiment 2 PIC Program Execution & Built-In Self-Test

Experiment 2 PIC Program Execution & Built-In Self-Test

Experiment 2 PIC Program Execution & Built-In Self-Test. Basic Experiment. Additional Functionality. Use the current instruction set from Lab 1 with additional functionality to execute a cycle accurate PIC program out of Instruction Memory.

By chaim
(123 views)

Pipelining

Pipelining

Pipelining. By Toan Nguyen. Characterize Pipelines. Hardware or software implementation – pipelining can be implemented in either software or hardware. Large or Small Scale – Stations in a pipeline can range from simplistic to powerful, and a pipeline can range in length from short to long.

By yair
(131 views)

An Introduction

An Introduction

An Introduction. Chapter 1. Computer Systems. Programmable machines Hardware + Software (program). Hardware. Program. Classes of Computing Applications. Desktop computers Personal computers Servers Accessed by network Handle large workloads Embedded computers

By ilario
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The Von Neumann Model

The Von Neumann Model

Proposed in 1946 Two main ideas: components of an architecture how instructions are processed. The Von Neumann Model. memory processor input output control unit. Basic Architecture. contains instructions that comprise a program. executes the instructions.

By abba
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Why Assembly Language Programming?

Why Assembly Language Programming?

Why Assembly Language Programming?. Unlocks the secrets of the hardware and software of a computer. Explains the way computer’s hardware and OS work together and how application programs communicate with OS. Provides more control over handling particular hardware. Advantages of ALP.

By naif
(146 views)

Computer System Chapter 8. Exceptional Control Flow

Computer System Chapter 8. Exceptional Control Flow

Computer System Chapter 8. Exceptional Control Flow. Lynn Choi Korea University. Control Flow. Computers do Only One Thing From startup to shutdown, a CPU simply reads and executes (interprets) a sequence of instructions, one at a time.

By sunee
(151 views)

Computer Architecture

Computer Architecture

Computer Architecture. Lecture 3. Bus Architectures. Bus(es). A bus is a hardware channel through which information can flow between components connected to the bus. It allows us to simplify our current model and to make further additions more easily.

By zenia
(158 views)

Current Instruction, Common Core, Assessments Where are the Gaps? Rolf K. Blank, CCSSO, 6/21/13

Current Instruction, Common Core, Assessments Where are the Gaps? Rolf K. Blank, CCSSO, 6/21/13

Current Instruction, Common Core, Assessments Where are the Gaps? Rolf K. Blank, CCSSO, 6/21/13. Question: Where should the emphasis in teacher PD with Common Core be focused?

By candy
(62 views)

Pipelining

Pipelining

Pipelining. Characterize Pipelines. Hardware or software implementation – pipelining can be implemented in either software or hardware. Large or Small Scale – Stations in a pipeline can range from simplistic to powerful, and a pipeline can range in length from short to long.

By paulinen
(48 views)

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