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I'm studying at university 2nd grade, My teacher gives us homework about processor architecture. As you know we use risc and cisc architecture but ı have to desing my own architecture.This will be a new architecture,will not be tried yet. We need to change the internal structure of the known processor. The architecture we will design must be durable, energy efficient and high-performance.

I need to help for this. Where can i start, please Give me some tip.
 
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"Architecture" is a pretty broad term. There's RISC and CISC, there's Turing Machines, there's Quantum Computing. And old-time Analog computing. I have a wonderful old book on Content-Addressable Array Processing, where you set up criteria and the operations to be applied are done in parallel to all memory cells that qualify. Then again, at the Computer Science level, traditional electronics are just one small corner. We have fluidic and optical computing. Slide rules are technically computers as are Napier's Bones. I had a mechanical binary computer. Go further afield and you even have human-based architectures like Dune Mentats (Uni-processor) and the crowds of alien "computers" (multi-processing) featured in Cixin Liu's "Three-Body Problem".

So we'd need a little more context to even begin.
 
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What ideas have you had so far?
 
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