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What is the pipelining technique used in processor design?

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hi friends,
I want to know what is pipelining technique used in processor design? can i have some good material on that


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pipelining!

pipelining is efficient use of all resources at the same time. In 5 stage pipelining, all hardware resources will be processing data n saving in intermediate registers. hence speed of execution ie through put increases.
 

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pipelining!

hi shiv!
can i get some books or pdfs or any material for better understanding
 

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Re: pipelining!

Google books has Computer Architecture: A Quantitative approach by Hennessey and Patterson. It has a chapter which tells you all about pipelining.

In digital circuit, its used to speed up the circuit. When you use pipelining the clock frequency is determined by the stage that has the maximum delay. Thats just the basic of pipelining and it has lot many more issues surrounding it.

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