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IEEE EDUCON 2010 Conference
Microprocessors is a typical subject within the Computer Architecture field of scope. It is quite common to use simulators in practical sessions, due to the complexity of its contents. In this paper a new methodology based on practical sessions with real devices and chips is proposed. Simple designs of microprocessors are exposed to the students at the beginning, rising the complexity gradually toward a final design with a multiprocessor integrated in a single FPGA chip. Finally, assessmentdoi:10.1109/educon.2010.5492390 fatcat:z25zlzvjcjddjc4fqixayccnoq