05361365 is referenced by 12 patents and cites 7 patents.

Upon power-on, a microprocessor is reset and initiates a cold start initialization program stored in ROM for initializing the microprocessor and associated peripherals. Thereafter, externally input control signals to the microprocessor indicate a desirable initialization operation for a warm start when the microprocessor is subsequently reset by an operator. A reset address generating circuit generates (1) a first address setting signal to set a first starting address of the initialization program for a cold start when receiving the reset signal at a power-ON or (2) a second address setting signal to set a second starting address of the initialization program corresponding to the warm start after the power-ON when receiving both a reset signal and a control signal generated externally by a user. A program counter is then set to an address corresponding to the inputted address setting signal. The microprocessor reads and executes initialization programs based on instructions in memory addressed by the program counter.

Title
Microprocessor for selectively performing cold and warm starts
Application Number
604891
Publication Number
5361365
Application Date
February 23, 1993
Publication Date
November 1, 1994
Inventor
Yoshinori Hashimoto
Nara
JP
Takaaki Hirano
Shiki
JP
Agent
Nixon & Vanderhye
Assignee
Sharp Kabushiki Kaisha
JP
IPC
G06F 9/06
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