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The Powerpc Architecture A Specification for a New Family of Risc Processors by Ed Sikha

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Published by Morgan Kaufmann Publishers .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Computer architecture & logic design,
  • General Theory of Computing,
  • Computers - IBM,
  • Computer Bks - IBM,
  • Hardware - Personal Computers - PCs,
  • Computer Architecture,
  • Computer Architecture - General,
  • PowerPC microprocessors,
  • Computers

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsCathy May (Editor), Hank Warren (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages518
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8606432M
ISBN 101558603166
ISBN 109781558603165

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PowerPC Architecture Book. From the developerWorks archives. Brad Frey. Date archived: | Last updated: Novem | First published: Decem This three-volume set defines the instruction and registers used by application programs, the storage models, privileged facilities, and related instructions. Environment Architecture, the PowerPC Operating Environment Architecture, and PowerPC Implementa-tion Features. Book II, PowerPC Virtual Environment Architecture defines the storage model and related instructions and facilities available to the application programmer, and the time-keeping facilities available to the application programmer. Book. Around that UISA, the PowerPC architecture has matured and diversified, ensuring binary compatibility across the spectrum of PowerPC processor and operating environments. • The virtual environment architecture (VEA, or Book II)—Defines aspects of the time base facilityFile Size: KB. Home Browse by Title Books The PowerPC architecture: a specification for a new family of RISC processors. The PowerPC architecture: a specification for a new family of RISC processors July July Read More. Editors: Cathy May, Ed Silha, Rick Simpson, Hank Warren.

The Power ISA is an instruction set architecture (ISA) developed by the OpenPOWER Foundation, led by was originally developed by the now defunct industry group. Power ISA is an evolution of the PowerPC ISA, created by the mergers of the core PowerPC ISA and the optional Book E for embedded applications. The merger of these two components in Bits: bit/bit (32 → 64). Instruction Set Architecture, the PowerPC Virtual Envi-ronment Architecture, and PowerPC Implementation Features. Book I, PowerPC User Instruction Set Archi-tecture defines the base instruction set and related facilities available to the application programmer. Book II, PowerPC Virtual Environment Architecture defines the storage model and. PowerPC (an acronym for Performance Optimization With Enhanced RISC – Performance Computing, sometimes abbreviated as PPC) is a RISC instruction set architecture created by the Apple–IBM–Motorola alliance, known as C, as an evolving instruction set, has since been renamed Power ISA but lives on as a legacy trademark for some . PowerPC (short for Performance Optimization With Enhanced RISC – Performance Computing, sometimes abbreviated as PPC) is a RISC architecture created by the Apple–IBM–Motorola alliance, known as C, as an evolving instruction set, has since been renamed Power ISA but lives on as a legacy trademark for some implementations of Power Architecture .

Operating Environment Architecture. It covers instructions and facilities not available to theapplica-tion programmer, affecting storage control, interrupts, and timingfacilities. Other related documents define the PowerPC User Instruction Set Architecture, thePowerPC Virtual Envi-ronment Architecture, and PowerPC Implementation Features. Book. PowerPC Book E MMU architecture. This is just a high-level overview, which glosses over some details of the MMU. For the full specification, please see the Power Instruction Set Architecture.. PowerPC Book E has three address spaces: Effective, Virtual, and Real, which roughly correspond to Logical, Linear, and Physical in Intel x86 terminology. tion Features. Book I, PowerPC User Instruction Set Architecture defines the base instruction set and related facilities available to the application pro-grammer. Book III, PowerPC Operating Environment Architecture defines the system (privileged) instructions and related facilities. Book IV, PowerPC Implementation Features defines the. Environment Architecture, the PowerPC Operating Environment Architecture, and PowerPC Implementa-tion Features. Book II, PowerPC Virtual Environment Architecture defines the storage model and related instructions and facilities available to the application programmer, and thetime-keeping facilities available to the application programmer. Book.