Pipelined processor, Computer Engineering

Pipelined Processor

Having discussed pipelining; now we can describe a pipeline processor. A pipeline processor can be distinct as a processor that consists of a series of processing circuits known as segments and a stream of operands (data) is passed through the pipeline. In every segment partial processing of the data stream is perform and the final output is received when the stream has gone through the entire pipeline. An operation that can be decomposed into a order of well-defined sub tasks is realized through the pipelining concept.

 

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