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Unique—and sometimes obscure—characteristics distinguish single-chip microcomputers from conventional architectures. Current examples show that no one section can be optimized at the expense of another.
Various symbolic languages such as RTN (Register Transfer Notation) have been created to describe computer i ns t ruc t ion sets. In general, these languages have served two of the three purposes described by Wulf [Wulf gO]. These languages serve as design tools and as vehicles for human communication. However, these languages are not executable, the t h i… (More)
The advocates of Stack Architectures advance the argument, among others, that code space is reduced due to the zero address characteristic of operation instructions. This short paper wi l l investigate this characte r is t ic to see i f the argument has merit. In addition, the performance of the stack architecture wi l l also be investigated. This paper wi… (More)
For many years we have assumed that the number of components on a chip is increasing so fast that soon we would not be able to design one [Noyce 813. Fortunately, advances in computer aids for implementation , or physical design (Design Automation), have kept pace with the advances in density. The cost of implementation may be high, but complex devices are… (More)
Data from a study of both static and dynamic instruction traces of popular workstation type programs for a MIPS processor is presented. The instruction traces were analyzed to extract the branch distances, and instruction sequences of 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 instructions.