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Instruction Set Architectures Quiz

MCQ: Number of memory-operands that are being supported by typical ALU-instruction may be varing from none to

  1. Two
  2. Three
  3. Four
  4. Five


Advanced Techniques and Speculation Quiz

MCQ: Determining whole branch penalty for buffer of branch-target, assuming that Hit rate and Prediction accuracy is 90%

  1. 0.32
  2. 0.38
  3. 1.38
  4. 0.28


Introduction to Networks, Storage and Peripherals Quiz

MCQ: Reads/writes requests to I/O devices, are called

  1. Input request
  2. Output request
  3. I/O requests
  4. Peripheral requests


Embedded Multiprocessors Quiz

MCQ: MXP processor consists of a

  1. 3 components
  2. 4 components
  3. 5 components
  4. 6 components


What is Virtual Memory Quiz

MCQ: Cutting of physical-memory into form of blocks and allocating them to different processes, stated technique is known as

  1. Read back
  2. Cache miss
  3. Cache hit
  4. Virtual memory