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Fallacies and Pitfalls Quiz

MCQ: Forget to accounting byte addressing or cache block-size, in processing a cache is a

  1. Pitfall
  2. Fallacy
  3. Fully associative
  4. Set associative


Introduction to Pipelining Quiz

MCQ: Sum of contents of base register and sign-extended offset is used as a memory address, sum is known as

  1. ALU instructions
  2. Through put
  3. Effective address
  4. Load and store instructions


Pipelined Datapath Quiz

MCQ: Instruction being read from memory using address placed in PC and then is placed in IF/ID pipeline register in,

  1. Instruction Fetch stage
  2. Instruction Decode stage
  3. Execution
  4. Memory Access


Computer Instructions Representations Quiz

MCQ: Negating 16a10 expression (eca8 6420)16 will give

  1. 1357 9bdf16
  2. 1357 9cdf16
  3. 1467 9bdf16
  4. 2357 9bdf16


Computer Organization Quiz

MCQ: Predicting branches at runtime by using run-time information, is known as

  1. Static branch prediction
  2. Dynamic branch prediction
  3. Branch prediction
  4. Stall prediction