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ILP

ISO 4217 code for the Irish pound. The pound was introduced in 1928, replacing the British pound sterling. However, it was pegged to the sterling at a one-to-one ratio until the peg was abandoned in the 1970s when Ireland joined the European Monetary System. The Irish pound was taken out of circulation in 2002 and replaced with the euro.
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With the explosion of DSP usage in commercial and consumer products, high-performance compiler generation has been a challenge, especially for designers of high-end DSPs and VLIWs that have significant instruction-level parallelism.
The FR-V series also supports an instruction-level parallelism that enables simultaneous processing of multiple instructions.
Instruction scheduling, instruction and data pre-fetching, branch elimination, branch prediction and conflict and dependency avoidance are just a few of the optimizations made to ensure and enhance instruction-level parallelism within the microprocessor.
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