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Title: SiMR: A simulator for learning computer architecture
Authors: Sánchez Carracedo, Fermín
Megías Jiménez, David
Prieto Blázquez, Josep
Keywords: E-learning and distance learning environments
Virtual laboratories
Rudimentary Machine
Simulation software for processor architecture
Issue Date: Apr-2011
Publisher: TEMPUS
Type: Article
Series/Report no.: Sánchez, Fermín; Megías, David; Prieto-Blázquez, Josep (2011). "SiMR: A simulator for learning computer architecture", International Journal of Engineering Education:27(2), pp. 238-247, ISSN: 0949-149X
Abstract: This paper presents SiMR, a simulator of the Rudimentary Machine designed to be used in a first course of computer architecture of Software Engineering and Computer Engineering programmes. The Rudimentary Machine contains all the basic elements in a RISC computer, and SiMR allows editing, assembling and executing programmes for this processor. SiMR is used at the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya as one of the most important resources in the Virtual Computing Architecture and Organisation Laboratory, since students work at home with the simulator and reports containing their work are automatically generated to be evaluated by lecturers. The results obtained from a survey show that most of the students consider SiMR as a highly necessary or even an indispensable resource to learn the basic concepts about computer architecture.
Language: eng
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