I'm currently doing a bachelor group project, where the task is to write a scientific report on the ARM processor technology. I am having a hard time understanding how it all works. I was hoping to get some help in regards to finding easily understandable martiarial, as well as some insight into the global potential and use of the arm technology. I hope you can help me out Kind regards Frederikke
Your question is too vague.
But there are no big secrets: ARM must be one of the most widely-used CPU cores, and the business model and performance are widely studied - so there's plenty of information out there.
An ARM processor is a Reduced Instruction Set Computer (RISC) processor. Like other RISC architectures, ARM cores have a large number of general-purpose registers and many instructions execute in a single cycle.
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