COS126_Lecture9-10_Von_NeumannMachine notes

COS126_Lecture9-10_Von_NeumannMachine notes - Lecture 9 Von...

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Lecture 9 -... Audio recording started: 10:03 AM Tuesday, March 05, 2013 TOY machine - like a simple computer Helps us to know how computers work/hardware, etc… We need to be able to convert from base 10 to base 2 number systems (add powers of 2 represented by the numbers of 1s or 0s percent). Find the biggest power of 2 less than the number and subtract that then repeat. ALTERNATIVELY: divide the numbers continuously and add up the remainders (not add but concatenate). Use hexadecimal encoding to convert between decimals and binary (utilize letters to represent numbers from 10 to 15). Hex looks like decimals, but it's not really: 8 + 3 = B Hexadecimal is base 16; it involves the usage of letters Machines create these when they crash. Machine "Core" dump: Sample program in machine code: add )008 to 0005 to get 000D. TOY is kind of like java (another language to learn about). Opcode + destination + address - format of a given execution Each instruction is done line by line in TOY (separate lines of code). Note: program counter advances after each line of code Loading and storing doesn’t delete any values. 1 is an add operator - see table (0 is halt) Same bit pattern - cant tell what it is (depends on how it is interpreted).
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  • Fall '08
  • DOUGLASW.CLARK
  • Von Neumann Machine, general computer science

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