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Topics: FP addition, FP multiplication, rounding and accurate arithmetic. (partial Unit 8) Design and implementation of the data path and the control path of a single-cycle processor. (Unit 9) CPU performance and metrics of single-cycle and multi-cycle processors, MIPS 5-stage pipeline, pipeline performance. (Unit 10 and 12) Pipelined data path, pipelined control, Pipeline hazards: structural, data, and control hazards, load delay, hazard detection, stall and forwarding unit, delayed branching, and branch prediction. (Unit 11) Cache memory organization: direct-mapped, fully-associative, and set-associative caches, handling cache miss, write policy, write buffer, and replacement policy, Cache performance, memory stall cycles, and average memory access time. (Unit 13)