Some articles on instruction, memory:
... like a Harvard architecture machine, but it relaxes the strict separation between instruction and data while still letting the CPU concurrently access two (or more ... The most common modification includes separate instruction and data caches backed by a common address space ... When accessing backing memory, it acts like a von Neumann machine (where code can be moved around like data, a powerful technique) ...
... such as just-in-time compilation to write machine code into their own memory and then later execute it ... between code and data, while still supporting the higher performance concurrent data and instruction access of the Harvard architecture ... The most common modification builds a memory hierarchy with a CPU cache separating instruction and data ...
Famous quotes containing the words memory and/or instruction:
“Beauty sat bathing by a spring,
Where fairest shades did hide her;
The winds blew calm, the birds did sing,
The cool streams ran beside her.
My wanton thoughts enticed mine eye
To see what was forbidden:
But better memory said Fie;
So vain desire was chidden”
—Anthony Munday (15531633)
“Everything from airplanes to kitchen blendersand even chopstickscomes with an instruction manual. Children, despite all their complexity, do not.”
—Lawrence Kutner (20th century)