Vector processing with pipelining-vector processing, Computer Engineering

Vector Processing with Pipelining:Since in vector processing, vector instructions perform the similar computation on dissimilar data operands repeatedly, vector processing is most appropriate for pipelining. Vector processors with pipelines are makes to hold vectors of varying length n where n is the length of vector. Vector processors do better if length of vector is larger. But large values of n cause the trouble in storage of vectors and there is complexity in moving the vectors to and from the pipelines.

 

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