Harvard Vs Von Neuman

Difference

With a Harvard architecture, there are two separate memory space, one for instruction and one for data. We can increase the throughput because when we are executing one instruction, we can be fetching the next instruction. Other advantage is that, we can have different width on instruction bus and data bus.

Reference

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