On the Design of a New CPU Architecture for Pedagogical Purposes
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CitationEllard, Daniel, David Holland, Nicholas Murphy, and Margo Seltzer. 2002. On the Design of a New CPU Architecture for Pedagogical Purposes. Harvard Computer Science Group Technical Report TR-07-02.
AbstractAnt-32 is a new processor architecture designed specifically to address the pedagogical needs of teaching many subjects, including assembly language programming, machine architecture, compilers, operating systems, and VLSI design. This paper discusses our motivation for creating Ant-32 and the philosophy we used to guide our design decisions and gives a high-level description of the resulting design.
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