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MIPS Books: The MIPS RISC Controller

MIPS Programmer's Handbook

The Mips Programmer's Handbook

Offers a hands-on view of the MIPS family of microprocessors for programmers developing system applications. Includes a full description of the MIPS architecture from the perspectives of assembly and C language, with emphasis on issues related to embedded applications. Covers software conventions, initializing the processor in a bare machine environment, and writing exception handlers. Includes an instruction set reference with syntax and instruction descriptions, and ten complete programs with line-by-line explanations. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or

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MIPS RISC Architecture

MIPS RISC Architecture (2nd Edition)

A complete reference manual to MIPS RISC architecture, this book describes the user instruction set, together with extension to the ISA. It details specific implementations of RISC architecture as exemplified by the R2000, R3000, R4000, and R6000 processors. The book describes the general characteristics and capabilities of each processor, along with programming models which describes how data is represented in the CPU register and in memory. RISC CPU registers are summarized, and the underlying concepts that characterize RISC architectures in general are overviewed.

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See MIPS Run

See MIPS Run

This book brings together this extraordinary proliferation of form and functionality, offering embedded systems programmers and designers unique, eminently practical insights into MIPS. It covers how MIPS started, the principles at the root of the RISC revolution, the full details of the MIPS instruction set, and how these details together constitute a full operating system ready to be put to work in hundreds of ways.

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Introduction to Risc Assembly Language Programming

Introduction to Risc Assembly Language Programming

This book is based around the MIPS RISC processor, a simple, clean RISC processor whose architecture and assembly language is easy to learn and understand speeds up the learning process by enabling the reader to start writing simple assembly language programs early, while assuming no prior knowledge of computer programming links with an automatic program testing system, allowing a lecturer to set programming questions and mark the assignments automatically, or a reader to test a MIPS assembly language program against numerous test inputs uses the SPIM simulator, a freely available virtual machine that allows users to write and simulate running MIPS R2000/R3000 assembly language programs on PC, Macintosh or UNIX platforms. with excellent source-level debugging tools contains a large number of example programs and programming questions.

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