Bernd Ulmann

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The architecture described in the following articel is a direct successor of µ-EP-1 (cf. [1]) and was developed by the author and Robert Linden (Universität Bonn, FB Informatik). NICE is a 32-bit processor, utilizing a fixed instruction format, a register set of sixteen general purpose registers and sat extremely powerful but simple and(More)
This article describes a very simple but quite powerful 32-bit architecture ideally suited for experimental and educational purposes in computer architecture design. It employs a very orthogonal instruction set in conjunction with 16 general purpose registers and a simple interrupt capability. It was developed at the University of Mainz, Germany and a(More)
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