microprocessor

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  • WordNet 3.6
    • n microprocessor integrated circuit semiconductor chip that performs the bulk of the processing and controls the parts of a system "a microprocessor functions as the central processing unit of a microcomputer","a disk drive contains a microprocessor to handle the internal functions of the drive"
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In news:

Actions Semiconductor Recognized at China Microprocessor Forum Oct 13, 2006 Printable format Email this Article Search.
Microprocessor IP licensing company MIPS Technologies this morning announced a pair of agreements to sell its business in two pieces for a combined $7.31 a share in cash.
Ignition 4.8v-6v Microprocessor Auto Advance.
So Hines and fellow Cornell University chemists are developing a new manufacturing process for computer chips that would make each microprocessor "perfect," or devoid of surface flaws that downgrade performance.
Qualcomm said Sunday night that it has persuaded a number of Taiwan ODMs to at least show off netbooks, which it calls "smartbooks," that use its Snapdragon microprocessor.
I/O troubleshooting a microprocessor is actually easy if some common sense is used on the service tech's part.
Although AMD cut prices on its Athlon 64 X2 family, the microprocessor company reserved the majority of its discounts for its mobile lines.
I just got back from Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, where Steve Jobs laid out Apple's plan to base future Macs on Intel's microprocessors.
The Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium (EEMBC) today announced that Adapteva, a leading provider of energy efficient and scalable multicore microprocessor IP, has joined the consortium's Consumer subcommittee.
Today more and more systems are incorporating microprocessor controllers into their design.
Microprocessor chips, displays and the operating system can all cost closer to $100.
Advanced Micro Devices wafer with Quad-Core Microprocessors is shown at AMD headquarters in Sunnyvale, Calif, Monday, Jan 22, 2007.
IBM Goes Open Source on Key Microprocessor.
A microprocessor reads the charge in each pixel as a digital signal and constructs an image of the scene.
Released eight years ago, Itanium is a pure, 64-bit microprocessor.
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In science:

The HV units consist of a microprocessor board and the voltage multiplier boards.
The Presampler for the Forward and Rear Calorimeter in the ZEUS Detector
The microprocessor performs the HV setting and monitoring.
The Presampler for the Forward and Rear Calorimeter in the ZEUS Detector
StanfordSmith, and R. van Riet, editors, Embedded Microprocessor Systems, September 1996. Proceedings of EMSYS ’96 - OMI Sixth Annual Conference. S. B.
Flysig: Dataflow Oriented Delay-Insensitive Processor for Rapid Prototyping of Signal Processing
Mehra and J. D. Garside. A cache line fill circuit for a micropipelined, asynchronous microprocessor.
Flysig: Dataflow Oriented Delay-Insensitive Processor for Rapid Prototyping of Signal Processing
The nodes may incorporate a single microprocessor or multiple microprocessors in a symmetric multiprocessor (SMP) configuration.
Cluster Computing White Paper
The rapid growth of microprocessor speed and memory throughput allows for a costefficient increase of parallel performance.
Cluster Computing White Paper
He also developed some apparatus using microprocessors for a digital storage system for Meteosat’s images.
The Roland De Witte 1991 Detection of Absolute Motion and Gravitational Waves
Furthermore, coupling the reconfigurable hardware component to a microprocessor model might be required and therefore hardware/software co-simulation features are also important.
An Infrastructure to Functionally Test Designs Generated by Compilers Targeting FPGAs
Rajsuman, "Testing a System-On-a-Chip with Embedded Microprocessor", in Proc. International Test Conference, Oct. 1999, pp.
Testing Logic Cores using a BIST P1500 Compliant Approach: A Case of Study
The potentiometers affect the setting values in the module’s microprocessor.
Characterisation of the VELO High Voltage System
For microprocessors, however, the situation may be comparable with control codes. 38 In a collection of instruction sequences allowing jumps in to other instruction sequences within the collection is referred to as a polyadic instruction sequence (polinseq).
Informal Control code logic
Wu,, Lieh-Ming and Wang,, Kuochen and Chiu,, Chuang-Yi: A BNF-based automatic test program generator for compatible microprocessor verification ACM Trans.
A Factorial Experiment on Scalability of Search Based Software Testing
BMiyake, J. and Brown, G.: Automatic test generation for functional verification of microprocessors.
A Factorial Experiment on Scalability of Search Based Software Testing
Quisquater. A practical zero-knowledge protocol fitted to security microprocessors minimizing both transmission and memory.
The Random Oracle Methodology, Revisited
Hut, “Performance Tuning of N-Body Codes on Modern Microprocessors: I.
The Chamomile Scheme: An Optimized Algorithm for N-body simulations on Programmable Graphics Processing Units
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