This lecture will cover many aspect of designing a RISC-V CPU, out-of-order execution, multi-core, memory coherency, security and running linux and debian on a FPGA.
This will be based on the recently developped NaxRiscv core, a free and opensource RISC-V softcore. I will cover many interresting aspect of the project/flow to provide a overview of many technical aspect in such project :
- Hardware description languages
- CPU design
- Information leak (spectre)
- Memory coherency
- Linux / Debian requirements
- Debugging / Simulation
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