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Unformatted text preview: System Specifications and Modeling Lecture 12 Last Lecture Queueing Model Today's Lecture Test I Paper Discussion Architecture Taxonomy FSM Data Path Model FSMD CISC Architecture Taxonomy Implementation of FSM model defined by quintuple <S,I,O,f,h>. Controllers: Transition based or State based. Suitable for temporal designs. Data path architecture Used in applications where a fixed computation is performed repeatedly on different sets of data. DSP systems ( Digital filtering, image processing, video compression) Consists of high speed arithmetic units, connected in parallel, and heavily pipelined. FIR filter equation: Implementation as an ASIC as an off-the-shelf DSP processor less costly solution datapath consists of (on the same microchip): a multiplier and an accumulator an analog interface A/D and D/A converters has separate buses for instructions and data to allow instruction and data fetches to proceed concurrently a higher throughput FSM with data path Combines FSM with data path Datpaths inputs and outputs are connected to one or more memories that supply data for computation and storage....
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