BLACKFIN PROCESSOR ARCHITECTURE PDF

The number of operands is one of the factors that may give an indication about the performance of the instruction set. Little endian processors order bytes in memory with the least significant byte of a multi-byte value in the lowest-numbered memory location. Big endian architectures instead order them with the most significant byte at the lowest-numbered address. The x86 architecture as well as several 8-bit architectures are little endian. Endianness only applies to processors that allow individual addressing of units of data such as bytes that are smaller than the basic addressable machine word. Instruction sets[ edit ] Usually the number of registers is a power of two , e.

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The number of operands is one of the factors that may give an indication about the performance of the instruction set. Little endian processors order bytes in memory with the least significant byte of a multi-byte value in the lowest-numbered memory location. Big endian architectures instead order them with the most significant byte at the lowest-numbered address. The x86 architecture as well as several 8-bit architectures are little endian. Endianness only applies to processors that allow individual addressing of units of data such as bytes that are smaller than the basic addressable machine word.

Instruction sets[ edit ] Usually the number of registers is a power of two , e. In some cases a hardwired-to-zero pseudo-register is included, as "part" of register files of architectures, mostly to simplify indexing modes. This table only counts the integer "registers" usable by general instructions at any moment. Architectures always include special-purpose registers such as the program pointer PC.

Those are not counted unless mentioned. Note that some architectures, such as SPARC, have register window ; for those architectures, the count below indicates how many registers are available within a register window. Also, non-architected registers for register renaming are not counted. Note, a common type of architecture, "load-store", is a synonym for "Register Register" below, meaning no instructions access memory except special — load to register s — and store from register s — with the possible exceptions of atomic memory operations for locking.

The table below compares basic information about instruction sets to be implemented in the CPU architectures: Archi-.

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Core features[ edit ] mounted Blackfin BF What is regarded as the Blackfin "core" is contextually dependent. For some applications, the DSP features are central. This allows the processor to execute up to three instructions per clock cycle, depending on the level of optimization performed by the compiler or programmer. Two nested zero-overhead loops and four circular buffer DAGs data address generators are designed to assist in writing efficient code requiring fewer instructions. Other applications use the RISC features, which include memory protection, different operating modes user, kernel , single-cycle opcodes , data and instruction caches, and instructions for bit test, byte, word, or integer accesses and a variety of on-chip peripherals.

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