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Hello guys i want to ask you something . I study at university in 2th grade. I have homework about computer organization. My teacher ask me design your own computer architecture like von Neumann or Harvard architecture. But he especially said do not copy from someone else. How could ı design  my architecture. Do anyone wants to help me ? Thanks ...

 
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Welcome to CodeRanch!

I personally find this assignment completely meaningless because there are no design goals or parameters. You could just draw a big square on a piece of paper and label it "computer" and you'd be done.

Anyway, it pretty much boils down to: what components do you want in your system, and how are you going to connect them?
 
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