Basic performance equation, Computer Engineering

Explain the basic performance equation

Ans: The basic performance equation is following

T = N * S/ R

T =>  It is processor time required to execute a program

N => actual number of instruction executions

S = >average number of basic steps needed to execute one machine instruction. R = It is the clock rate.

 

 

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