- The process of gathering instructions from the processor through a pipeline is known as
pipelining. It provides for the systematic storage and execution of instructions. Pipeline processing is another name for it.
- Pipelining is a method of executing many instructions at the same time. The pipeline is divided into stages, each of which is joined to the next to form a pipe-like structure. Instructions come in from one end and leave from the other.
- Pipelining improves the total flow of instructions.
- Each segment of a pipeline system is made up of an input register followed by a combinational circuit. The register is used to store data, and the combinational circuit manipulates it.