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Lecture 17 Final Review Computer Architecture Csc 205
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Final Format 3 hour exam. 4:00 to 7:00 PM in PL101 on 5/10/01. Open book, open note 20% on chapters 1-4, 80% on chapters 5-7 stuff from chapters 1-4 in context of chapters 5-7 7 problems with multiple parts Similar in format to the midterm and the practice final
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Things to Review Homeworks assignments, especially 3-5 Lecture notes, especially 8 to 16 Book, especially chapters 5-7 Sample final and practice final Your own notes The project
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Chapter 5: Processor Design Know elemenents used for datapath design registers, register file, memory, multiplexors, adders, ALUs, etc. Single cycle and multicycle implementations Construct a datapath and control for a specific set of instructions Modify the datapath and control to add instructions Knowing what parts of the datapath are active for various instructions Single cycle vs. multicycle processor design » how do they differ?
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