Performance and issues in pipelining-speedup, Computer Engineering

Performance and Issues in Pipelining

Speedup:  Firstly, we get the speedup factor that is we see how much speed up performance we get through pipelining.

First we get the ideal case for measuring the speedup.

Let n be the total number of tasks implemented through m phases of pipelines. Then m phases can process n tasks in clock cycles = m + (n-1)

Time taken to implement without pipelining = m.n

                                                  Speedup due to pipelining = m.n/[m +(n-1)].

As n>=∞ , There is speedup of n times over the non-pipelined implementation.

 

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