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### Quiz 1 F10 soln

Course: ECE 265, Spring 2012
School: Ohio State
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NAME: ECE265 ____________ SOLN ____________ Quiz 1 Fall 2010 (9 points) Label the components on the following diagram of the von Neumann architecture. Each of the 6 boxes on the diagram needs to be labeled. MEMORY Control Unit Arithmetic Logic Unit (ALU) Accumulator INPUT OUTPUT (1 To point) start the execution of an instruction the control unit executes the following action: MEM(PC) IR In what unit is the...

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NAME: ECE265 ____________ SOLN ____________ Quiz 1 Fall 2010 (9 points) Label the components on the following diagram of the von Neumann architecture. Each of the 6 boxes on the diagram needs to be labeled. MEMORY Control Unit Arithmetic Logic Unit (ALU) Accumulator INPUT OUTPUT (1 To point) start the execution of an instruction the control unit executes the following action: MEM(PC) IR In what unit is the Program Counter (PC) and Instruction Register (IR) located? ____________ _____________________________ Control Unit ______________________________
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