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Category Archives: Computer Organization and Architecture

An 8086 is a 16-bit HMOS microprocessor. It is available in 40 pin DIP chip. It uses a 5V DC supply for its operation. The… Read More
A register serves as a quick memory for accepting, storing, and sending data and instructions that the CPU will need right away. A register is… Read More
A collection of reduced instruction set computer (RISC) instruction set architectures for computer processors that are tailored for different contexts is known as ARM (stylized… Read More
The centralized architecture is defined as every node being connected to a central coordination system, and whatever information they desire to exchange will be shared… Read More
There are three different ways to represent signed integer (article). a: Signed bit, b: 1’s Complement, and c: 2’s Complement. Let’s try to understand how… Read More
ARM is a processor architecture. It can be used for either microprocessor or microcontroller. The one in context here in our article is ARM7TDMI which… Read More
A flag is a flip-flop that controls certain EU activities or signals a situation carried on by the execution of an instruction. Thirteen flags are… Read More
Segment Descriptor: In the Protected mode of x86, Memory Management Unit (MMU) uses the segment selector to access a descriptor, segment descriptors are a part… Read More
Since the beginning of multiprocessors, programmers have faced the challenge of how to take advantage of the power of process available. Sometimes parallelism is available… Read More
An instruction is an order given to a computer processor by a computer program. Each instruction is a sequence of 0s and 1s. They help… Read More
Generally, in any device, memories that are large(in terms of capacity), fast and affordable are preferred. But all three qualities can’t be achieved at the… Read More
Prerequisite : Cache Organization Introduction :In this article we will try to understand about Simultaneous Cache access as well as Hierarchical Cache Access in detail… Read More
Overview :For minimal memory applications, the 8051 has internal data and code memory. In such a position. For certain applications, this memory capacity will not… Read More
ARM Pipelining : A Pipelining is the mechanism used by RISC(Reduced instruction set computer) processors to execute instructions, by speeding up the execution by fetching… Read More
1. Cache coherence :Cache coherence in computer architecture refers to the consistency of shared resource data that is stored in multiple local caches. When clients… Read More

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