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Architecture and the state

People who study "Architecture and the state" investigate The architectural state is the part of the CPU which holds the state of a process. This is typically held in processor registers and includes:.

A few notable experts of "Architecture and the state" include Dubois, Michael; Annavaram, Murali; Stenström, Per.

Control registers Instruction flag registers (such as EFLAGS in x86) Interrupt mask registers Memory management unit registers Status registers are a few themes of "Architecture and the state".

People study "Architecture and the state" in order to The architectural state is the part of the CPU which holds the state of a process. This is typically held in processor registers.

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