The DLX (pronounced `Deluxe`) is a RISC processor architecture designed by John L. Hennessy and David A. Patterson, the principal designers of the Stanford MIPS and the Berkeley RISC designs (respectively), the two benchmark examples of RISC design (named after the Berkeley design). The DLX is essentially a cleaned up (and modernized) simplified..
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