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Pensive Disks RAID and Networks of Workstations NOW This research led to many papers books andthan honors including election to the National Academy of Engineering the National Academy of Sciences and the Silicon Valley Engineering Hall of Fame as well as being named a Fellow of the Computer History Museum ACM IEEE and both AAAS organizations His teaching awards include the Distinguished Teaching Award UC Berkeley the Karlstrom Outstanding Educator Award ACM the class="cc750847f0ed87ac8d15f869a97ded9b" style="color: #66FF66; font-size: 30px;">Mulligan Education Medal IEEE and the Undergraduate Teaching Award IEEE He also won Textbook Awards Texty from the Text Education Medal IEEE and the Undergraduate Teaching Award IEEE He also won Textbook Excellence Awards Texty from the Text Academic Authors Association for a computer architecture book and for *A SOFTWARE ENGINEERING BOOK HE RECEIVED ALL HIS DEGREES *software engineering book He received all his degrees UCLA which awarded him an Outstanding Engineering Academic Alumni AwardAndrew Waterman serves as SiFive s Chief Engineer and co founder SiFive was founded by the creators of the RISC V architecture to provide low cost custom chips based on RISC V He received his PhD in Computer Science from UC Berkeley where weary of the vagaries of existing instruction set architectures he co designed the RISC V ISA and the first RISC V microprocessors Andrew is one of the main contributors to the open source RISC V based Rocket chip generator the Chisel hardware construction language and the RISC V ports of the Linux operating system kernel and the GNU C Compiler and C Library He also has an MS from UC Berkeley which was the basis of the RVC extension for RISC V and a BSE from Duke Universi. ,


Ential elements of the RISC V Instruction Set Architecture a perfect reference guide for students and practitioners alikeProfessor Randy Katz University of California Berkeley one of the inventors of RAID storage systemsThis clearly written book offers a good introduction to RISC V augmented with insightful comments on its evolutionary history and comparisons with other familiar architecturesJohn Mashey one of the designers of the MIPS architectureThis book tells what RISC V can do and why its designers chose to endow it with *those abilitiesIvan Sutherland the father of computer graphicsRISC V will change the world and this book will help ou become part *abilitiesIvan Sutherland the father of computer graphicsRISC V will change the world and this book will help Yûna de la pension Yuragi T19 you become part that changeProfessor Michael B Taylor University of WashingtonThis book will be an invaluable reference for anyone working with the RISC V ISAMegan Wachs PhD SiFive EngineerDavid Patterson retired afterears as a Professor of Computer Science at UC Berkeley in and then joined Google Brain as a distinguished engineer He also serves as Vice Chair of the Board of Directors of the RISC V Foundation In the past he was named Chair of Berkeley s Computer Science Division and was elected to be Chair of the CRA and President of the Association for Computing Machinery In the s he led four generations of Reduced Instruction Set Computer RISC projects which inspired Berkeley s latest RISC to be named RISC Five Along with Andrew Waterman he was one of the four architects of RISC V Beyond RISC his best Five Along with Andrew Waterman he was one of the four architects of RISC V Beyond RISC his best research projects are Redundant Arrays of Inex. The RISC V Reader is a concise introduction and reference For Embedded Systems Programmers Students And The Curious To A embedded systems programmers students and the curious to a popular open architecture RISC V spans from the cheapest bit embedded microcontroller to the fastest bit cloud computer The text shows how RISC V followed the good ideas of past architectures while avoiding their mistake Highlights includeIntroduces the RISC V instruction set in only pages including figures An Instruction Translator Guide to help translate assembly language programs from ARM and x instruction sets to RISC V page RISC V Reference Card that summarizes all instructions page Instruction Glossary that defines every instruction in Detail Spotlights Of Good Architecture spotlights of good architecture using margin icons sidebars with *interesting commentary and RISC V history uotes to pass along wisdom of *commentary and RISC V history uotes to pass along wisdom of scientists and engineers Ten chapters introduce each component of the modular RISC V instruction set often contrasting code compiled from C to RISC V versus the older ARM Intel and MIPS architectures but readers can start programming after Chapter Praise for The RISC V Reader This timely book concisely describes the simple free and open RISC V ISA that is experiencing rapid uptake in many different computing sectorsKrste Asanovic University of California Berkeley one of the four architects of RISC VI like RISC V and this book as they are elegant brief to the point and completeC Gordon Bell a computer architecture pioneerThis handy little book effortlessly summarizes all the ess. The RISC-V Reader: An Open Architecture Atlas