Created 20 Aug 2000 at 17:11 UTC by Michael.Homepage: http://www.dcs.gla.ac.uk/~michael/phd/swarm.html
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SWARM is a software model of the basic ARM processor in C++. Rather than a simple emulator, SWARM attempts to simulate the behaviour of the ARM's datapath. It also provides a model of the memory/cache/registers hierarchy for algorithm analysis.
SWARM was written in order to allow quick modifications to be made to the ARM architecture for research purposes, and for gaining cycle counts for test applications.
This project has the following developers:
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