Assn8 - ABCDEF01 16 , label being the 5 instructions above...

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CDA 3101 Assignment 8 Due in class on Thursday, Nov. 30 Turn hardcopy in class, stapled, with your name and “CDA 3101 Assignment 8” clearly written on it. Important: For some of the problems below, I have provided figures (Figures 5.28, and 5.38 from the textbook) that you need to make additions/changes to. Use a ruler and a RED pen to make any changes/additions to these figures, so that the changes are clearly visible. In case, you make a mistake, I suggest you start with a clean figure. Also, clearly write (in a numbered list) what changes/additions you have made to the figures and why (Please feel free to use extra pages for this). 1. Simulate on the multi-cycle path in Fig. 5.28 of the textbook (and using the FSM in Fig. 5.38 of the textbook) the “beq $t0, $t1, label” instruction with $t0 = $t1 =
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Unformatted text preview: ABCDEF01 16 , label being the 5 instructions above beq, and the instruction address = 0x00400040. Do this by filling in the following for each of the cycles it takes to complete beq (you can put X for dont know/dont care). Provide justification for each value you write below. PC = IorD = IR = A = B = ALUSrcA = ALUSrcB = ALUOut = ALUOp = 4-bit output of ALU Control = PCSource = Zero = RegDst = PCWrite = PCWriteCond = 2. Problem 5.31 from the textbook. 3. Problem 5.33 from the textbook. Show any necessary modifications in the figures given below. You should do it in 3 cycles. Problem 5.32 (discussed in the discussion sections) takes 4 cycles. If you missed the discussion section, you may have to do problem 5.32 first. 4. Problem 5.34 from the textbook....
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