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Possible Answers: CRISP.
Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 18 Jun 2018, Monday
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The AT&T Hobbit is a microprocessor design that AT&T Corporation developed in the early 1990s. It was based on the company’s CRISP (C-language Reduced Instruction Set Processor) design, which in turn grew out of Bell Labs’ C Machine design of the late 1980s. C Machine, CRISP and Hobbit were optimized for running the C programming language. The design concentrated on fast instruction decoding, indexed array access and procedure calls. Its processor was partially RISC-like. The project ended in 1994 because the Hobbit failed to achieve commercially viable sales.
In a traditional RISC design, better referred to as load-store architecture, memory is accessed explicitly through commands that load data into registers and back out to memory. Instructions that manipulate those data generally work solely on the registers. This allows the processor to clearly separate the movement of data from the processing done on it, making it easier to tune the instruction pipelines and add superscalar support. However, programming languages do not actually operate in this fashion. Generally they use a stack containing local variables and other information for subroutines known as a stack frame or activation record. The compiler writes code to create activation records using the underlying processor’s load-store design.