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You are to write and submit a microprogram to interpret the following 8-bit accumulator-based target machine instruction set (ISA) for a multicycle...

Computer Engineering Project. I have attached the project description. I will also send you the zip file when you agree to work on this project.
You are to write and submit a microprogram to interpret the following 8-bit accumulator-based target machine instruction set (ISA) for a multicycle CPU design with a given datapath and microinstruction format using the MicroTiger microprogramming tool. MicroTiger is a graphical microcode simulator with a reconfigurable datapath that runs on any Windows PC. This tool was developed by Brian VanBuren for his CE MS Thesis at RIT entitled "Graphical Microcode Simulator with a Reconfigurable Datapath." From myCourses (or course web page) download the project package "project.zip". The package contains an executable that runs under Windows, along with support files, start microprogram and ISA test programs. project.zip contains the following files: MicroTiger executable: microtiger-student.exe Required program support DLLs: mingwm10.dll wxbase26_gcc_custom.dll wxmsw26_core_gcc_custom.dll wxmsw26_html_gcc_custom.dll
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!!PLEASE COMPLETE THIS MICROPROGRAM!! # microprogram start segment # # A - MemDest # | B - LCtrl # | | C - ShftCtrl # | | | D - AluCtrl # | | | | E - YSrc # | | | | | F - XSrc # | | | | | | G - AluDest # | | | | | | | H - Const # | | | | | | | | I - LdFlg # | | | | | | | | | J - Test # | | | | | | | | | | K - Intrne # | | | | | | | | | | | L - Addr # | | | | | | | | | | | | M - Cond # | | | | | | | | | | | | | N - OpCode # | | | | | | | | | | | | | |; addr: comment STARTS HERE!! # Initialize # 000: PcHi 0 memdest=0,lctrl=0,shftctrl=0,aluctrl=15,ysource=0,xsource=0,aludest=8,const=0,loadflgs=0,test=0,intrenab=0,addrf=1,cond=0,opcode=0; # 001: PcLo 0 memdest=0,lctrl=0,shftctrl=0,aluctrl=15,ysource=0,xsource=0,aludest=2,const=0,loadflgs=0,test=0,intrenab=0,addrf=2,cond=0,opcode=0; # 002: SpHi 255 memdest=0,lctrl=0,shftctrl=0,aluctrl=14,ysource=0,xsource=0,aludest=9,const=0,loadflgs=0,test=0,intrenab=0,addrf=3,cond=0,opcode=0; # 003: SpLo 255 memdest=0,lctrl=0,shftctrl=0,aluctrl=14,ysource=0,xsource=0,aludest=3,const=0,loadflgs=0,test=0,intrenab=0,addrf=4,cond=0,opcode=0; # 004: ACC 0 memdest=0,lctrl=0,shftctrl=0,aluctrl=15,ysource=0,xsource=0,aludest=1,const=0,loadflgs=0,test=0,intrenab=0,addrf=5,cond=0,opcode=0; # Fetch
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