Programming the 80960

Intel Corporation's i960 processor family  combines architectural features normally found in RISC processors with others contained in more traditional processors. The resulting family of processors yields high performance, yet provides a robust and easy to use architecture model for compiler designers and application programmers. This paper discusses many ways in which software designers can use the features of the i960 architecture.

ESC_1991_Vol1_Page5_Baker – Programming the 80960.pdf

Embedded Systems Conference 1991 Proceedings

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