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What is an ASIP?

ASIP and application-specific processors to address semiconductor scaling issues

ASIP stands for “application-specific instruction-set processor” and simply means a processor which has been designed to be optimal for a particular application or domain. So what exactly is the difference from a general-purpose processor?

What is CodAL?

CodAL logo of Codasip architecture language

CodAL is central to developing a processor core using Codasip Studio. It is a C-based language developed from the outset to describe all aspects of a processor including both the instruction set architecture (ISA) and microarchitecture.