MCS-284 Chapter 7 Homework (Fall 2002)

When turning in a homework problem, if it is one from the book, you should indicate the exercise number. These will be the reference numbers I use in reporting back your standing on the homework.

Note: In problems 7.1-7.3, your example programs should make a large number of memory references. Otherwise it is hard to see whether the desired kinds of locality are exhibited. The ideal would be an infinite loop that makes one or more data memory accesses every time through the loop.

Instructor: Max Hailperin