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In computer science, pipelining is a common technique used to increase the throughput of processing units, both in the context of hardware and software. When describing a context that are amenable to pipelining, we would say that is is pipelinable/pipelineable.
I have found neither pipelinable nor pipelineable in any dictionary, so I assume this form (along with pipelining?) has been invented by researchers/engineers. When I search Google scholar, I find 659 results for pipelinable, and 1550 results for pipelineable, leading me to believe that there is also no clear consensus in the scientific community.
Are there any arguments for using one over the other when it's not a dictionary word, or is it truly arbitrary?