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Hardware Based Speculation Quiz

MCQ. Hardware-based speculation method for executing programs, is necessarily a

  1. Data flow speculation
  2. Control speculation
  3. Anti-speculation
  4. All above


Designing and Evaluating an I/O System Quiz

MCQ. For disks with more than 200 cylinders, the seek distance is:

  1. Seek time(Distance) = a
  2. Seek time(Distance) = a
  3. Seek time(Distance) = a /( Distance
  4. Seek time(Distance) = a


Network Topology Quiz

MCQ. New topologies that could reduce the number of switches through which packets must traverse, referred to as the

  1. Crossbar
  2. Crossbar switch
  3. Hop count
  4. Design


Memory Addressing Quiz

MCQ. Big Endian byte order putting the byte having address

  1. Least significant position
  2. Middle significant position
  3. Registry
  4. Most significant position


Introduction to Memory Hierarchy Design Quiz

MCQ. Average memory access time can be calculated as

  1. Average memory access time = Hit time + Miss rate
  2. Average memory access time = Hit time - Miss rate
  3. Average memory access time = Hit time + Miss rate _ Miss penalty
  4. Average memory access time = Miss rate