Development and evaluation of X32V Public Deposited

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  • Embedded processors are utilized in many applications with considerable time spent developing and maintaining functionality and performance. Performance being a key factor in adding features such as video and audio to a product. Configurable processors, such as X32V, allow the addition of functionality and performance without large increases in design time. This thesis presents X32V as a viable embedded processor architecture capable of competing with current processor architectures. X32V is an embedded processor architecture developed at Oregon State University. It features a highly dense instruction coding format, integrated conditional branching, and configurability. With performance similar to an ARM SA-11O CPU, X32V provides a promising future to developers seeking a high performance and configurable embedded processor.
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