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This course covers the Arm® Cortex®-A53/A57/A72 architecture and programmer's model knowledge required for those developing software for platforms powered by Armv8 processors.
Knowledge of earlier Arm architectures such as Arm v6/7 is a necessity as this course mainly focusses on the AARch64 aspect of the v8 architecture.
Delegates should also have some knowledge of embedded systems, and a basic understanding of embedded programming in C and assembler.
This class uses training materials developed by Arm®
The learning is reinforced with unique Lab Exercises using Arm DS-5 instruction set simulators and covering assembly programming, exception handling and setting up the caches and MMU.
Lab exercises for assembly programming cover the concepts of data processing, flow control, and rely on the development tool-set offered by Arm DS-5.
Exception handling lab exercises look at setting up various execption levels vector table and execution modes as well as executing hypervisor and secure calls.
The Memory management lab takes you though the steps involved in implementing a typical system memory configuration using the MMU.
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