Activity09 Soln - SOLUTION Activity #09 Activity 9.1 (40...

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ECSE-2660 Computer Architecture, Networks, & Operating Systems, Spring 2001 Page 1 of 2 SOLUTION Activity #09 Activity 9.1 (40 pts, 5 each part) Consider the state diagram of Figure 5.42, p. 396. a. List the states traversed for instruction sub $s1, $s2, $s3: 0, 1, 6, 7. Grading: 1 points off for each missing or extra state. b. In what state does the Arithmetic and Logic Unit perform the actual subtraction? In State 6. Grading: right or wrong. c. Give an example of an instruction that activates State 4: lw Grading: 2 for trying. d. What is the sequence of states for the beq instruction? 0, 1, 8 . Grading: 1 off for each missing or extra. e. Can you think of an instruction that does not activate State 1? No, not even nop . Grading: 4 off for not decoding the instruction. f. Why is ALUSrcB=00 in State 6? Because control signal 00 causes the mux (Fig. 5.33) to feed a data register to the B input of the ALU, as expected in an R-format instruction .. Grading: 2 off for fuzzy explanation, 4 off
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