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1) Rewrite the following delayed branch MIPS snippet to maximize performance,
assuming it has forwarding.
Loop: addi $v0, $v0, 1
addi $t1, $a0, 4
lw $t0, 0($t1)
add $a0, $t0, $a1
addi $a0, $a0, 4
bne $t0, $0, Loop
nop
jr $ra
2) Now, assume for the delayed branch code from above exercise that our
hardware can execute Static Dual Issue for any two instructions at once. Using
reordering (with nops for padding), but no loop unrolling, schedule the
instructions to make the loop take as few clock cycles as possible.
3) How many PCs would we need to implement hardware of Static Dual issue or
any changes required in IF?
4) Would any changes be required in ID to support execution of two instructions
at once?
5) Would any changes be required in EX to support execution of two instructions
at once?
6) Would any changes be required in MEM to support execution of two
instructions at once?
7) Would any changes be required in WB to support execution of two instructions
at once?
8) Are there any new hazards in terms of type or their counts in this new
processor? Please enumerate them and also how to resolve them (ie stalling or
better options)