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EE108b Review Session February 2 nd , 2007 Daxia Ge
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Admin Quiz #1 Tuesday, 7 – 9 pm Bldg 420-041 (look on website for map and directions) Covers lectures 1-7 (no pipelining) One page of notes, green card, calculator Office hours No lecture Tuesday! Professor Kozyrakis will have office hours during that time Sunday 4:00pm (Daxia), Monday 3:00pm (Drew), Tuesday 1:00pm (Yi)
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Quiz #1 (lectures 1-7) MIPS assembly language Performance Execution time Amdahl’s Law Benchmarks Software Compiling process Optimizations and common techniques Processor Single cycle building blocks
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Translation hierarchy Compiler: High-level language in, assembly out Performs assembly code optimization Assembler: Assembly in, machine code out Expands macros and pseudoinstructions Outputs object file (machine code) Linker: Resolves references Libraries Loader: initializes the program CPU: execution
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Optimizations High Level
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