In a 5-stage pipelined MIPS processor, a data hazard occurs if previous instruction result is used by the current instruction (as data in register file is not updated right away). Suggest a strategy to overcome this issue.
We can add a new hardware unit that pushes the previous instruction result instead of data from the register file if a data hazard occurs. Hence, this hardware unit detects hazards if previous instruction result/destination is same as operands of the current instruction. Hence, it compares the destination register no. (e.g R3) with register no. of the operands.
What are the golden rules of ideal Op-Amps?
The golden rules for an Ideal Op-Amp are: 1. Voltage at the Inverting and Non-Inverting Input are equal. 2. Current entering/leaving the Op-Amp at the inputs is zero.
What are the different types of memory models used by assembly level languages?
There are many models used in assembly languages: 1. Tiny: All code and data stored in a single segment. Segment size is less than 64kB. 2.Small: This provides support for ONE data segment and ONE code segment. 3.Large: This provides support for Multiple data and Multiple code segments. 4.Medium: This provides support for ONE data segment and Multiple code segments. 5.Compact: This provides support for Multiple data segments and ONE code segment.