Different design approaches, techniques, and architectures are widely used for synchronous sequential machines. In particular, the micro-programmed machine approach offers important features such as speed, flexibility, a fixed hardware architecture, and a reduced instruction set (Count Conditional “CC”; Count Unconditional “CU”; Branch Conditional “BC”; Branch Unconditional “BU”; Count / Branch Conditional “CBC”). This has the object
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