Computer Architecture Lab/WS2006
Project page for the course in winter 2006. Results of 6 real working processors can be found here.
- 1 RISE (Rarest Instruction Set Ever)
- 2 MatPRO
- 3 SISP (Spartanic Instruction Set Processor)
- 4 iMISC (invertable Minimized Instruction Set Computer)
- 5 marca - McAdam's RISC Computer Architecture
- 6 NORISK
- 7 Group 6
RISE (Rarest Instruction Set Ever)Edit
Our discussion about three processor architectures can be found here. We have choosen to evaluate the following processors with respect to their intstruction set
- 8Bit Xilinx Microblaze embeddedable processor suitable for FPGA synthesis. See http://www.xilinx.com/picoblaze for more detail.
- The 64Bit Alpha 21x64 RISC CPU.
- AVR ATMega. See http://www.atmel.com/products/AVR.
Our discussion workplace where whe are working on our draft for our CPU.
MatPRO is a pipelined CoProzessor that handels 4x4 Matrix-Operations like addition or multiplication. It's equipped with a SimpCom-Interface to ensure an easy transport connection to existing SoC-Solutions.
Discussion about three processor architecturesEdit
Our discussion about three processor architectures is done. Stop by to see what´s it about!
SISP (Spartanic Instruction Set Processor)Edit
We have chosen the following three architectures:
- Intel 8bit micro processor platform (Representative: 8088)
- Atmel Atmega 8bit micro controller family (Representative: Atmega128)
- Motorola 68k family (Representative: 68008)
Our discussion about those three processor can be found here.
Instruction Set and Processor detailsEdit
Details about our planned processor as well as the instruction set definition can be viewed here.
The following tools have been developed for our processor:
Sample assembler files can be found here.
iMISC (invertable Minimized Instruction Set Computer)Edit
We have choosen to compare the following architectures by their instruction sets
See Details here.
Details about iMISC
marca - McAdam's RISC Computer ArchitectureEdit
For our comparison of three microprocessors go here.
The VHDL sources, the assembler and the documentation are available here. Reversing a line works fine in hardware, feel free to try out other programs.
Our three examples of RISC ISA are the following:
You might be interested in the our NORISK Processor Design. The VHDL codes, Assembler and Instruction Set Simulator are here.