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Explore the Scalable Vector Extension (SVE)

Scalable Vector Extension (SVE) is an optional vector extension for AArch64, introduced in Armv8.2-A. Unlike other SIMD architectures, SVE does not define the size of the vector registers, but constrains it to a range of possible values, from a minimum of 128 bits up to a maximum of 2048 in 128-bit wide units. The CPU designer can implement the extension by choosing the vector register size that best suits the workloads the CPU is targeting. The design of SVE guarantees that the same program can run on different implementations of the instruction set architecture without the need to recompile the code.

Many instructions use predicate registers to mask the lanes for operating on partial vectors. The SVE instruction set also provides gather loads and scatter stores, truncating stores, and signed/unsigned extended loads.

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