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  • 1.
    Thorstenson, Erik
    Mälardalen University, School of Innovation, Design and Engineering.
    Virtual environment for assembler code analysis2012Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    The hardware that computers consist of may for dierent reasons be

    dicult to monitor, the price may be high or the hardware itself may be

    unavailable. The most apparent reason though is the fact that hardware

    generally is not transparent, i.e. the hardware does not provide informa-

    tion on how a task is conducted, only its result. To provide a virtual en-

    vironment that enables simulation according to specic input parameters

    eectively solves many of the issues associated with hardware evaluation.

    Simulation has applications everywhere, not the least in computer science:

    From the low level of micro code all the way up to interpreting a high level

    implementation on top of a profound software stack. This thesis entails a

    virtual environment running a MIPS pipeline, although the simulator is

    implemented in the high level language C, it executes simulation at the

    fairly low level of assembler code. When provided with a user specied

    conguration le, the environment allows simulation of MIPS assembler

    programs, through the CPU, via interconnecting buses, ending at the level

    of virtual memory.

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    thesis_etn09004_mdh_2012
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