RISC-V

Is an open-source new instruction set architecture that came into existence for research and educational purposes. However, with the quick adoption and support of the ecosystem, it has become one of the most adopted open ISAs. This open ISA is available to the community that plans to work on hardware implementation and not just simulation or binary translation. The RISC-V instruction set architecture comes with a base ISA, which can be used and customized for educational use.

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