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CpS 310: Microprocessor Architecture

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Study of the basic microprocessor architecture focusing on the fetch-decode-execute cycle. Project involves writing a program which simulates the workings of a microprocessor including instruction decoding, addressing techniques, interrupt processing, etc. Discussion of RISC and CISC philosophies. Prerequisite(s): CpS 209, CpS 230. 3 Credits.

Fall 2019 Course Information