Two parallel fetch-implement, Computer Engineering

Take a CPU that shows two parallel fetch-implement pipelines for superscalar processing. Determine the performance improvement over scalar pipeline processing and no-pipeline processing, suppose an instruction cycle similar in the commentary, i.e.:

  • a one clock cycle fetch
  • a one clock cycle decode
  • a two clock cycle execute

and an 80 instruction sequence.

 

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