Egypt Economy

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Egypt’s economic policy during 2004-2008 is best described as a command economy due to the government’s involvement in the process of reforming economic policies that were hindering the country ability to grow economically. The government’s involvement did help boost the growth rate by liberalizing trade. Egypt reduced the tariffs, tax cuts, deregulation, and made changes in investment regulations to fuel their economic growth. Eventually, with these changes Egypt saw great economic growth. Big name companies like Oracle and Microsoft built new office buildings and construction could be seen throughout the country. The reformed economic policies definitely helped boost Egypt’s growth rate as it provided more jobs and allowed outside…show more content…
• The ALU performs operations such as addition, subtraction and logic operations such as AND, OR and exclusive OR.

REGISTER ARRAY
• These are storage devices to store data temporarily.

• There are different types of registers depending upon the Microprocessors.

• These registers are primarily used to store data temporarily during the execution of a program and are accessible to the user through the instructions.

• General purpose Registers of 8086 includes AL, AH, BL, BH, CL, CH, DL, DH.

CONTROL UNIT
• The Control Unit Provides the necessary timing and control signals to all the operations in the Microcomputer
• It controls the flow of data between the Microprocessor and Memory and Peripherals.

• The Control unit performs 2 basic tasks o Sequencing o Execution

1. SEQUENCING
• The control unit causes the processor to step through a series of micro-operations in the proper sequence, based on the program being executed.

2. EXECUTION
• The control unit causes each micro operation to be performed.
CONTROL SIGNALS
• For the control unit to perform its function it must have inputs that allow it to determine the state of the system and outputs that allow it to control the behavior of the system.

• Inputs : Clock , Instruction Register, Flags

• Outputs : o Control signals to Memory

o Control signals to I/O

o Control Signals within the Processor. EVOLUTION OF MICROPROCESSOR: INTEL
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