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Volume 6
Issue 1
Online publication date 2012-03-20
Title Superscalar micro-pipeline structure
Author Dimitar Tyanev
Abstract The problem of micro-pipeline with big latency has been analyzed. In order to obtain regular temp into micro-pipeline hardware saturation should be used. The synthesis of micro-pipeline controllers into fork dot is presented in two variants – about 2-phase and 4-phase transfer protocol.
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Procopov, S., Tyanev, D., 2009. “Hardware implementation of strategies for servicing queues,” Proceedings of the International Conference on Computer Systems and Technologies (CompSysTech’09), Ruse, Bulgaria, ISSN: 1313-8936, pp.I.3-1(8)

Tyanev, D., Yanev, D., 2011. “Non-linear asynchronous micro-pipelines,” International Conference on Computer Systems and Technologies, (CompSysTech’11), Vienna, Austria, ACM ISBN: 978-1-4503-0917-2, ACM Press, pp.38-44

Tyanev, D., Popova, S., 2011. “Branch management into micro-pipeline joint dot”, Applied Technologies and Innovations, Vol.5, pp.11-26

Tyanev, D., Bozhikova, V., 2011. “Algorithm for micropipeline buffer control,” Applied Technologies and Innovations, Vol.4, pp. 12-21

Keywords Micropipeline, superscalar, pipeline controllers, protocols
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.15208/ati.2012.1
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