The architecture of a general-purpose processor cell
A general-purpose processor cell, called DOP, is presented. The DOP is a 16-bit stack oriented processor designed to support efficiently imperative programming languages like C or Pascal. The architecture of DOP is a result of HW/SW co-design. The DOP is supposed to be used as a building block in a FPGA library.
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