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control register

[kən′trōl ‚rej·ə·stər]
(computer science)
Any one of the registers in a computer used to control the execution of a computer program.
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Information such as NVMe queues, commands, doorbell and control registers and many other metrics are captured, analyzed and organized into a detailed report providing developers a comprehensive status document for their products including a wide range of performance statistics.
The PSoC 4 M-Series delivers 16 programmable digital blocks including eight timer/counter/PWM blocks, four serial communication blocks and four Universal Digital Blocks Cypress s programmable digital blocks containing two programmable logic devices, a programmable data path and status and control registers.
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The place where the status registers and the control registers could be seen depends on controller which is attached to CP242-8 module.
The basic standard defines a means to access and control registers within compliant ICs.
Internal configuration and control registers can be programmed to integrate with new and existing baseband devices from different vendors.
Adaptive Control monitors the process forces of the machining tool, while the Acoustic Control registers the intensity of the tool vibration on the workpiece surface via an electrical echo signal, as well as the status of the coolant pressure.
CHS/LBA, Command/Status, and Device Control registers.
An intelligent control registers the measured value and corrects any deviation from the prespecified recipe by modifying the syrup intake accordingly.
The RX register set consists of nine control registers, sixteen 32-bit general purpose registers, and a 48-bit accumulator register.
Additionally, developers are able to directly access all control registers, allowing for easy fine-tuning of various parameters for the highest performance in every application.
It allows each thread, or unit of software execution, to have dedicated program context resources needed for execution, such as general registers and system control registers.