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Write maximum 2 pages about Dynamic Scheduling Using Tomasulo's Approach. in pages 170-176.




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This approach belongs to dynamic scheduling and aims to overcome the hazards that occur in pipelined systems. Practically it avoids the stalls which are caused by WAR (Write after Read) and WAW (Write after Write) hazards. In order to better understand which the core principles of Tomasulo’s approach are, it is needed to present this technique by comparison with another approach, namely scoreboard....

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