Fall 2009-2010
CSSE 232
CSSE 232 Computer Architecture I Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Computer Science and Software Engineering Department Homework 3 Solutions
1. (10 points) F 2. (20 points) The problem statement tells us how much the cycle time i
Fall 2009-2010
CSSE 232
CSSE 232 Computer Architecture I Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Computer Science and Software Engineering Department Homework 5 Solutions
1. (5 points) Describe the eect that a single stuck-at-0 fault (i.e. regardless of what
# # # This is my solution to homework #4. This homework asks students to translate a # recursive function to assembly language. It is critical that students follow the # conventions for saving registers or the code will not work. # # Peter Jensen # Septem
CS/ECE 3810 Solutions Homework #6 Fall 2009
This problem asks you to design an overflow detection unit for a 32-bit ALU. This problem is based on these diagrams: (I have modified the diagram for the ALU for the highest bit to include a Signed input to the
CS/ECE 3810 Solutions Homework #2 Fall 2009
1. Exercise 2.10: 2.10.1 (4 points): To solve, first extract the opcode bits to determine each instruction type. Then, look up the instruction on page B-50: Highest 6 bits 1010112 = 4310 1000112 = 3510 Correspon
CS/ECE 3810 Solutions Homework #1 Fall 2009
1. Exercise 1.3: Each part of this problem relies on the formulas for execution time (from lecture and pages 33 and 29): = You can use frequency instead of period (one is the inverse of the other): =
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This program computes the length of the hailstone series for some starting number N. Peter Jensen September 12, 2009 .data
Prompt: .ascii "This program computes the length of the hailstone series for some starting number N.\n" .asciiz "Enter a p
Fall 2009-2010
CSSE 232
CSSE 232 Computer Architecture I Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Computer Science and Software Engineering Department Homework 6 Solutions
5.43 (3 points each = 18 points) (a) Divide by zero - Page A-51 of the text describes th
Fall 2009-2010
CSSE 232
CSSE 232 Computer Architecture I Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Computer Science and Software Engineering Department Homework 4 Solutions
1. (10 points) (a) RegWrite = 0: All R-format instructions, in addition to lw, will not
Fall 2009-2010
CSSE 232
CSSE 232 Computer Architecture I Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Computer Science and Software Engineering Department Homework 1 Solutions
1. (55 points) (a) (10 points) Mbase Class CPI Freq A 2 0.40 0.80 B 3 0.25 0.75 C 3 0.25
Fall 2009-2010
CSSE 232
CSSE 232 Computer Architecture I Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Computer Science and Software Engineering Department Homework 0 Solutions
Combinational Logic
1. (4 points) Design a digital logic circuit that implements the 4-i