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Outline

Outline

Outline. Computer Organization Computer architecture Central processing unit Instruction execution Devices Interrupts. Please pick up Homework #1 from the front desk if you have not got a copy. Review: System Overview. Pattern. Jacquard Loom. Variable Program. Stored Program Device.

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Chapter 10

Chapter 10

Chapter 10 . Application Development. Chapter Goals . Describe the application development process and the role of methodologies, models and tools Compare and contrast programming language generations

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The Memory System: Memory Hierarchy

The Memory System: Memory Hierarchy

The Memory System: Memory Hierarchy. A Memory System is normally comprised of a hierarchy of memories: Cache - very fast (1 or 2 cycle access), but small (e.g. 32 KB-64 KB) built with SRAM on-board the processor chip

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Chapter 10

Chapter 10

Chapter 10. Communication between modules, cohesion and coupling. Objectives. To introduce communication between modules To develop solution algorithms that pass parameters between modules To introduce cohesion as a measure of the internal strength of a module

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Assembler Design Options

Assembler Design Options

Assembler Design Options. Department of Computer Science National Tsing Hua University. Today ’ s Topic. Beck ’ s Section 2.4: Assembler Design Options One-pass assemblers Multi-pass assemblers. One-Pass Assemblers (1/2). Main problem Forward references Data items

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Oracle Diagnostics

Oracle Diagnostics

Oracle Diagnostics. Julian Dyke Independent Consultant. Web Version. juliandyke.com. © 2005 Julian Dyke. Warning. Much of the content of this presentation is undocumented and unsupported by Oracle Check with Oracle support before using any of these features in a production environment.

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Lecture 19: Cache Replacement Policy, Line Size, Write Method, and Multi-level Caches

Lecture 19: Cache Replacement Policy, Line Size, Write Method, and Multi-level Caches

Lecture 19: Cache Replacement Policy, Line Size, Write Method, and Multi-level Caches. Soon Tee Teoh CS 147. Cache Replacement Policy. For direct-mapped cache, if a word is to be loaded to the cache, it goes into a fixed position, and replaces whatever was there before.

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COMP541 Input Devices: Keyboards, Mice and Joysticks

COMP541 Input Devices: Keyboards, Mice and Joysticks

COMP541 Input Devices: Keyboards, Mice and Joysticks. Montek Singh Apr 16, 2012. Keyboard Interface. PS/2 Keyboard. Uses a synchronous serial protocol What does that mean? Each symbol is transmitted bit-by-bit 8 data bits + 3 control bits. Physical Interface. Two lines Clock (15-20KHz)

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Wireless Embedded Systems Aaron Schulman

Wireless Embedded Systems Aaron Schulman

CSE190 Winter 2019 Lecture 5 Direct Memory Access. Wireless Embedded Systems Aaron Schulman. Why do we need DMA?. Why do we need DMA?. Polling and Interrupt driven I/O concentrates on data transfer between the processor and I/O devices.

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Chapter 3 - Memory Management, Recent Systems

Chapter 3 - Memory Management, Recent Systems

Chapter 3 - Memory Management, Recent Systems . Memory Manager. Early memory allocation schemes: required storing entire programs in main memory in contiguous locations Causing problems - fragmentation overhead of relocation. Memory Manager. More sophisticated memory allocation schemes:

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Computers Are Your Future

Computers Are Your Future

Computers Are Your Future. © 2008 Prentice-Hall, Inc. Computers Are Your Future. Chapter 6 Inside the System Unit. What You Will Learn . . . Understand how computers represent data Understand the measurements used to describe data transfer rates and data storage capacity

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CS161 – Design and Architecture of Computer Systems

CS161 – Design and Architecture of Computer Systems

CS161 – Design and Architecture of Computer Systems. Cache $$$$$. Memory. Processor. Input/Output. Memory Systems. How can we supply the CPU with enough data to keep it busy? We will focus on memory issues, which are frequently bottlenecks that limit the performance of a system.

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Low-Power Color TFT LCD Display for Hand-Held Embedded Systems

Low-Power Color TFT LCD Display for Hand-Held Embedded Systems

Low-Power Color TFT LCD Display for Hand-Held Embedded Systems. Jamie Unger-Fink John David Eriksen. Outline. Intro to LCDs Power Issues Energy Model New Reduction Techniques Results Conclusion. LCD Intro. STN vs TFT Large power consumer even in high-performance embedded systems.

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Reduction in End-User Shape Analysis

Reduction in End-User Shape Analysis

Reduction in End-User Shape Analysis. Bor-Yuh Evan Chang University of Colorado, Boulder. Dagstuhl - Typing, Analysis, and Verification of Heap-Manipulating Programs – July 24, 2009. Xavier Rival INRIA and ENS Paris.

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Multiplexing and Demultiplexing

Multiplexing and Demultiplexing

Multiplexing and Demultiplexing. In some sense, Multiplexing and Demultiplexing is just a special case of the truth tables we have been studying. You can look under “multiplexor” and “decoder” in the index of Tokheim for more information. . Getting Around.

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Maps, Hash Tables and Dictionaries

Maps, Hash Tables and Dictionaries

Maps, Hash Tables and Dictionaries. Chapter 10.1, 10.2, 10.3, 10.5. Outline. Maps Hashing Dictionaries Ordered Maps & Dictionaries. Outline. Maps Hashing Dictionaries Ordered Maps & Dictionaries. Maps. A map models a searchable collection of key-value entries

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CSCE 230, Fall 2013 Chapter 8 Memory Hierarchy

CSCE 230, Fall 2013 Chapter 8 Memory Hierarchy

Mehmet Can Vuran, Instructor University of Nebraska-Lincoln. CSCE 230, Fall 2013 Chapter 8 Memory Hierarchy. Acknowledgement: Overheads adapted from those provided by the authors of the textbook. Genesis *.

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Computing Machinery Chapter 7: Register Transfers

Computing Machinery Chapter 7: Register Transfers

Computing Machinery Chapter 7: Register Transfers. A Register Transfer. Immediate and Direct Register Transfer Modes. Immediate Mode - In the immediate mode, a literal data value (constant) is loaded into memory or a register. For instance, the value 1234 is loaded into register R .

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Chapter 13

Chapter 13

Chapter 13. Direct Memory Access (DMA). Chapter Objectives. Review and compare main types of I/O Introduce Direct Memory Access (DMA) I/O Explain basic DMA operation: HOLD, HLDA Introduce the 8237A programmable DMA controller (DMAC)

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Main Memory

Main Memory

Main Memory. Operating System Concepts chapter 8. CS 355 Operating Systems Dr. Matthew Wright. Background. A process generates a stream of memory requests. Memory access takes many CPU clock cycles, during which the processor may have to stall as it waits for data.

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