Mips - computer architecture, Computer Engineering

MIPS - computer architecture:

The MIPS ISA, so far

3 instruction formats

Fixed 32-bit instruction

3-operand, load-store architecture

32 general-purpose register (floating point, integer)

  R0 always equal 0

Register are 32 -bits wide (word)

2-speacial purpose register LO & HI, because division and multiply generate more then 32-bits

Register instant and base+ displacement addressing mode.

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