Introduction to the CLA

Learn more about the architecture of the CLA and the resources available.

This module covers the architecture of the CLA, the resources at its disposal and the division of code into task blocks that are triggered by peripherals or through software. Each of these task blocks is atomic, in the sense that no other task may interrupt a running task. This makes the operation of the CLA unconventional in comparison with standard CPUs.

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