Associative mapping - computer architecture, Computer Engineering

Associative Mapping:

It is a more flexible mapping technique

  • A primary memory block can be placed into any specific cache block position.
  • Space in the cache may be used more efficiently, but require to search all 128 tag patterns.

 Set-Associate Mapping

Combination of the - associative and direct mapping technique

  • Blocks of the cache are combined into sets, and the mapping permit a block of the primary

memory to reside in any  particular block of a specific set.

Note: Memory blocks 0, 64, 128,..., 4032 maps into cache set 0.

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