Dynamic Instruction Scheduling

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Author(s)Conway L, Randell B, Rozenberg DP, Senzig DN
Publication type Report
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Source Publication DateMarch 1969
Report NumberRJ 565
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This paper decribes a very general, yet unusually simple, technique for instruction sequencing which permits instruction "look-ahead" and parallel execution of instructions. The technique, which is based on the use of "sequencing matrices", is applied to straight-line instruction sequencing, conditional branching, and storage accessing.
InstitutionIBM T. J. Watson Research Center
Place PublishedYorktown Heights, NY, USA
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