Resource dependence , Computer Engineering

Resource Dependence

The parallelism among the instructions may also be affected because of  the shared resources. If two instructions are using the related shared resource then it is a resource dependency condition. For instance, registers or floating point units are shared, and this is known as ALU dependency. When memory is being common, then it is known as Storage dependency.

 

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