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Data dependence speculation is used in instruction-level parallel (ILP) processors to allow early execution of an instruction before a logically preceding instruction on which it may be data dependent. If the instruction is independent, data dependence speculation succeeds; if not, it fails, and the two instructions must be synchronized. The modern dynamically scheduled processors that use data dependence speculation do so blindly (i.e., every load instruction with unresolved dependences isdoi:10.1145/264107.264189 dblp:conf/isca/MoshovosBVS97 fatcat:flejodcmjnglhg3xrb775gwvva