1. (36 points ) Assume that the registers have the initial values below. Show the value in $50 after each
of the following. Each is independent. Be sure to show all values as 8 digit hexadecimal numbe
CSE/EEE 230 Assignment 1 Fall 2009 Due September 8, 2009 (11:59PM) This assignment is designed to introduce you to the MIPS assembly language, using registers and memory, input/output syscalls and the
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Computer Organization and Assembly
Language
CSE 230
Assignment 1
Spring 2015
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1. Given three processors: P1, P2, and P3.
P1: 2 GHz clock rate, CPI of 1.2
P2: 3 GHz clock
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components of a computer: Datapath manipulates the data coming through the processor.
It also provides a small amount of temporary data
storage. Control  generates control signals that
direct the ope
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CSE/EEE 230 Fall 2007 Exam 1b 5 questions at 20 points each
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CSE/EEE 230 Computer
Organization and Assembly
Language
Chapter 4 The
Processor
Where are we?
Last class: Singlecycle processor
(through 4.4)
Today: Pipelining (4.5)
Before next class: continue readi
CSE/EEE 230 Computer
Organization and Assembly
Language
Chapter 4 The
Processor
Where are we?
Last class: finished Chapter 3 (through
3.5)
Today: starting Chapter 4
Before next class: continue reading
1
CSE/EEE230
USING CONSTANTS
Reading
2.12.3
2
Constants
A constant value can be used instead of a
register for the 2nd operand
Instructions that use this value are marked i for
immediate data
16 b
1
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INTRO TO MIPS
2
The MIPS Instruction Set
Used as the example throughout the book
Stanford MIPS commercialized by MIPS
Technologies (www.mips.com)
Large share of embedded core market
CSE/EEE230
SYSCALLS
Overview
Input and Output on MARS
Commands
Results
System calls
Not part of the instruction set
syscall is used for calls to the operating systems
input
output
Basic operat
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Logical Instructions
Logical Operations
Instructions for bitwise manipulation
Operation
C
Java
MIPS
Shift left
<
<
sll
Shift right
>
>
srl
Bitwise AND
&
&
and
Bitwise OR


or
Bitwise NO
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DISCRETE DATA REVIEW
Reading:
Chapter 2.4
2
Overview
Collections of bits
Meaning through context
Conversion through positional notation and
division
Representing unsigned and signed num
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R & I FORMAT
Reading: 2.5
Overview
Instruction formats
Encoding instructions
Decoding instructions
Instruction Format
Three formats see green sheet
R
I
J
What is in common?
Good design
CSE/EEE 230 Computer
Organization and Assembly
Language
Chapter 1 Performance
Where are we?
Last class: started chapter 1
Today: finishing chapter 1
Before next class: read chapter 2
Number
systems
D
CSE/EEE 230 Computer
Organization and Assembly
Language
Chapter 3 Logic
Where are we?
Last class: chapter 2
Today: continuing chapter 2 through 2.5
Before next class: continue reading
chapter 2 throug
Question1) Perform a multiplication of two binary numbers (multiplicand 0101 and multiplier 0101) by
creating a table to show steps taken, multiplicand register value, multiplier register value and pr
Question1) Perform a multiplication of two binary numbers (multiplicand 0101 and multiplier 0101) by
creating a table to show steps taken, multiplicand register value, multiplier register value and pr
CSE/EEE 230 Computer
Organization and Assembly
Language
Chapter 3 Arithmetic
Where are we?
Last class: starting chapter 3
Today: continuing chapter 3
Before next class: continue reading
chapter 3 thro
2 Exercises
Instruction Encoding/Decoding
1. What would be the MIPS32 encoding of this instruction: sub $at, $t0, $s0? Write your answer as an 8hexdigit
integer, e.g., 0x12345678, and for full credi
Sawyer Mahony
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6.
Midterm #2 Crib Sheet
general formula for the range of unsigned nonnegative integers: [0, 2n  1].
general formula for the range of signed integers: [2n1, 2n1  1].
Con
CSE 230 Midterm 3 Crib Sheet
Know that in beq rs, rt, label, the addressing mode being used to refer to the rs and rt operands is registerdirect addressing mode, p. 8, and the addressing mode being