Definitions for "Software Pipelining"
A technique employed by a compiler for improving the performance of a CPU. Given operations that are decomposed into a sequence of steps that use distinct pieces of hardware, software pipelining arranges for the next operation to be started before the first finishes, increasing the amount of hardware used at any one time, and improving the CPUs throughput.
Software pipelining is a method that enables the processor to execute, in any given time, several instructions in various stages of the loop.
A code transformation that optimizes program loops. It is useful for loops that contain arithmetic operations on floats and doubles.