In a computer's central processing unit (CPU), an accumulator is a register in
which intermediate arithmetic and logic results are stored. Without a register like
An accumulator is a register for short-term, intermediate storage of arithmetic and
logic data in a computer's CPU (central processing unit).
LOAD the number from a particular RAM location into the accumulator. (original
... CPU has one "accumulator" for arithmetic and input & output. – a place to ...
There are a number of special purpose registers within the CPU. ... LDA 3001,
This instruction will load the data at address 3001 into the accumulator. ADC #3 ...
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Nov 1, 2006 ... types. Accumulator machines have the advantage of being more efficient as
these can store intermediate results of an operation within the CPU ...
CPU Architecture - Learning digital computer organization in simple and easy ... It
includes the accumulator, temporary register, arithmetic & logic circuit & and ...
The CPU contains a number of special-purpose registers: ... Accumulator: The
accumulator is an internal CPU register used as the default location to store any ...
The CPU is composed of five basic components: RAM, registers, buses, the ALU
... the Instruction Register (IR), the Program Counter (PC), and the Accumulator.
Nov 8, 2005 ... Methods and structures for efficiently implementing an accumulator-based load-
store CPU architecture in a programmable logic device (PLD).
This processor that I designed and built is an accumulator-memory machine, that
is, a single register is used in programming. I wanted an instruction set similar ...