We have looked at the Von Neuman architecture.

This architecture deploys the fetch-execute cycle and stores data and instructions together and use the .

The other architecture is the Harvard architecture?

What is different about the Harvard architecture?

In the Harvard architecture, data and instructions are stored separately and each have their own bus

What is CISC Architecture?

Complex Instruction Set Computing (CISC) is where single instructions can execute several low-level operations such as addition.

What is RISC Architecture?

This can take more than one machine cycle

Reduced Instruction Set Computing (RISC) is where each instruction is completed in one machine cycle.

What is MIMD?

Multiple instructions are applied on multiple data

What is SIMD?

Single instructions are applied on multiple data

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