Part VI
Input/Output and Interfacing
Mar. 2007
Computer Architecture, Input/Output and Interfacing
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Comp
MIPS-Lite Multicycle
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COE608: Computer Organization
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Dr. Gul N. Khan
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Electrical and Computer Engineering
Ryerson University
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Introductio
MIPS-Lite Single-Cycle
Control
COE608: Computer Organization
and Architecture
Dr. Gul N. Khan
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Electrical and Computer Engineering
Ryerson University
Overview
Single cyc
Processors II
Lecture 17
Datapath with Next Address
Logic
Next Address Logic
32
jr instruction
26
j instruction
32
Register File
Rs
5
1
Rd In
32
ALU Out
ALU
Rd
Immediate
12
0
5
32
Rt
5
Rt Out
Data Out
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Adder
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Simulation
(3
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Gate Dela
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Processors I
Lecture 16
Comparison Instructions
slt
slti
R
31
$s1,$s2,$s3 # if ($s2)<($s3), set $s1 to 1
# else set $s1 to 0;
# often followed by beq/bne
$s1,$s2,61 # if ($s2)<61, set $s1 to 1
# else
MIPS-Lite CPU Microprogrambased Control
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MIPS-Lite Processor
Datapath Design
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Desig
Enhancing Performance
by Pipelining
COE608: Computer Organization
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Dr. Gul N. Khan
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Electrical and Computer Engineering
Ryerson University
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Intr
Introduction to Simulation of
VHDL Designs Using ModelSim
Graphical Waveform Editor
1
Introduction
This tutorial provides an introduction to simulation of logic circuits using the Graphical Waveform E
Part VII
Advanced Architectures
Mar. 2007
Computer Architecture, Advanced Architectures
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Computer Archit
Part V
Memory System Design
Mar. 2007
Computer Architecture, Memory System Design
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VHDL for COE-608
Overview
Objective
Quick introduction to VHDL
basic language concepts
basic design methodology
Use VHDL Tutorial available on the course
website:
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Part III
The Arithmetic/Logic Unit
Jan. 2007
Computer Architecture, The Arithmetic/Logic Unit
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Part I
Background and Motivation
Jan. 2007
Computer Architecture, Background and Motivation
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Computer Ar
174
Chapter 9 / Number Representation
PROBLEMS
9.1 Fixed-radix positional number systems
version of this representation was discussed in
Example 9.3.
For each of the following conventional radix-r
num
Register Transfer and
Datapath Structures
COE608: Computer Organization and
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Dr. Gul N. Khan
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Electrical and Computer Engineering
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Problem Set 1
due Friday May 23rd 2014 11:59 pm
Please Submit Solutions to the following question from the textbook.
Give a reasonably detailed explanations with each solution.
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Problem Set 2
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Problems
17
PROBLEMS
1.1 Universal logic elements
The three logic elements AND, OR, and NOT form
b. Redo the design using a 4-to-16 decoder and 7 OR
universal set because any logic function can be
irn
Processors III
Lecture 18
Changes in the Datapath
26
/
Inst Reg
jta
Address
PC
0
1
Data Reg
PCWrite
rs
MemWrite
MemRead
Tuesday, July 22,
op
IRWrite
fn
ALUZero
x Mux
ALUOvfl
0
Zero
z Reg
1
Ovfl
(rs)
R
Instruction Set Architecture
Lecture 15
Basic Computer Architecture
Address Bus
Processor
Memory Unit
Data Bus
Input/Output
Devices
The processor evolved from our Algorithm Calculation Circuit. The Op
Assignment 1
due Sunday June 8th 2014 at 11:59 pm
1) Create a Combinational Circuit Component with the following Truth Table.
Using ModelSim, make a new project called Assignment1.
Create a new VHDL s
VHDL Modeling II
Lecture 04
D-type Latch
entity example2 is
Port (
D, C
: in STD_LOGIC;
Q, Qbar : out STD_LOGIC);
end entity example2;
architecture dataflow of example2 is
signal fb : std_logic;
begin
VHDL Modeling I
Lecture 03
Conditional of signal assignment, Conditional and Selected.
Signal Assignment
There are TWO more forms
label identifier
:
postponed
guarded
target
Conditional:
delay_mechani
Introduction to VHDL
Lecture 02
Programmable Implementation Technologies
Programmable Logic Devices (PLDs) present the designer with a significantly
cheaper solution. The IC manufacturer patterns an a