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Consider a RISC microprocessor, like the MIPS, for which we want to implement the full addressable space. Assume we have a 30GB hard disk, a 512MB main memory, a 1MB L2 Cache and a 256KB internal Cache. Explain how programmers are given the possibility of writing programs that assume an implementation of the full addressable space. (Hint: explain the function of the management of the memory hierarchy).

Consider a RISC microprocessor, like the MIPS, for which we want to implement the full addressable space. Assume we have a 30GB hard disk, a 512MB main memory, a 1MB L2 Cache and a 256KB internal Cache.

Explain how programmers are given the possibility of writing programs that assume an implementation of the full addressable space. (Hint: explain the function of the management of the memory hierarchy).

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