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(U of Waterloo E&CE Fall) copyright © Mark Aagaard 2001 permission is granted to reproduce without modification Design Patterns University of Waterloo E&CE Fall Lec-03
(U of Waterloo E&CE Fall) copyright © Mark Aagaard 2001 permission is granted to reproduce without modification Storage: Dual-Port Memory Array Can read from two addresses at same time Can write to one address at a time Area: x that of single-port memory data_inA write_enA addrA data_outA addrB data_outB
(U of Waterloo E&CE Fall) copyright © Mark Aagaard 2001 permission is granted to reproduce without modification Concurrent State Machines Decompose a state machine into several machines operating concurrently (in parallel) Common decomposition is based on output signals Simplifies next-state equations Can increase performance and reduce area
(U of Waterloo E&CE Fall) copyright © Mark Aagaard 2001 permission is granted to reproduce without modification Datapath Design and Optimization University of Waterloo E&CE Fall Lec-04
(U of Waterloo E&CE Fall) copyright © Mark Aagaard 2001 permission is granted to reproduce without modification Design Comparison abc d + e + f z abc d + e + f z inputs outputs registers adders clock speed latency f0.5f 64
(U of Waterloo E&CE Fall) copyright © Mark Aagaard 2001 permission is granted to reproduce without modification From Dataflow to Hardware + Clean up the drawing, add the state machine z in3in2in1 abc de f r1 r2 r3 r2 out1 r3
(U of Waterloo E&CE Fall) copyright © Mark Aagaard 2001 permission is granted to reproduce without modification Datapath + Storage + Control + + datapath storage control The three main classes of hardware
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IO Interfaces and Bus Standards. Interface circuits Consists of the cktry required to connect an i/o device to a computer. On one side we have data bus.
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Copyright 2000 Cadence Design Systems. Permission is granted to reproduce without modification. Introduction An overview of formal methods for hardware.
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Computer Organization, Bus Structure. Bus Structure A communication pathway connecting two or more devices When a word of data is transferred between.
The CPU The Central Presentation Unit What is the CPU? The Microprocessor Structure of the CPU Parts of the CPU 1.Buses 2.The Control Unit 3.The Arithmetic.
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System Integration and Performance. System Bus Connects the CPU with main memory and other system components. Connects the CPU with main memory and other.
BUS LINES Provide data pathways that connect various system components.
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Virtual Memory. Invented on Manchester atlas 1962 It embodied many pioneering features, which we now take for granted. These include system features such.
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