WebRISC-V is a web-based education-oriented RISC-V pipeline simulation environment, which aims at aiding students learning and easing instructors teaching experience. This simulator permits the execution of RISC-V user-provided source code on a five stage pipeline, making it easy to trace the instruction flow while displaying the data of registers, memory and the internal state of the pipeline elements. Here we introduce WebRISC-V and why it is useful as a didactic tool, present its latest feature updates and briefly compare the simulator against the other available RISC-V educational tools.

Giorgi, R., & Mariotti, G. (2020). WebRISC-V: A RISC-V Educational Simulator featuring RV64IM, Pipeline and Web-Based UI, 19-22.

WebRISC-V: A RISC-V Educational Simulator featuring RV64IM, Pipeline and Web-Based UI

Roberto Giorgi
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2020

Abstract

WebRISC-V is a web-based education-oriented RISC-V pipeline simulation environment, which aims at aiding students learning and easing instructors teaching experience. This simulator permits the execution of RISC-V user-provided source code on a five stage pipeline, making it easy to trace the instruction flow while displaying the data of registers, memory and the internal state of the pipeline elements. Here we introduce WebRISC-V and why it is useful as a didactic tool, present its latest feature updates and briefly compare the simulator against the other available RISC-V educational tools.
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Giorgi, R., & Mariotti, G. (2020). WebRISC-V: A RISC-V Educational Simulator featuring RV64IM, Pipeline and Web-Based UI, 19-22.
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