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This is an example of a pipelined architecture. You mainly put register files (which introduce some delays) to save data from one stage to another. Think of it like assembling a car, the chasis is done in one stage then it waits (in our case storage is the Register File (RF) then it goes for the other stage... To implement pipelining properly, you need to ...


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If every complete operation takes one cycle, then pipelining using the same cycle time won't give you any advantage whatsoever. What you would do is to split up each operation in various parts. First you make the cycle say four times shorter, so now each operation executes in four cycles. Then you split each operation into say five parts, and you have a ...


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