C. Brian Hall

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We describe the environment used for the simulation and evaluation of a processor architecture based on very long instruction word (VLlw) principles. In this architecture, a program consists of a set of tree instructions, each one containing multiple branches and operations which can be performed simultaneously. The simulation/evaluation environment(More)
1 Abstract The IBM RISC System/6000 has a number of architectural features that, are not usually found on RISC machines. Among these are pre-increment and decrement forms of memory referencing instructions, a special purpose count register that can be used as a loop counter, and eight independent sets of condition code bits. This paper examines the(More)
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