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lookahead

[′lu̇k·ə‚hed]
(computer science)
A procedure in which a processor is preparing one instruction in a computer program while executing its predecessor.
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The current lookahead line has Minnesota favored by four points over Pittsburgh in a potential Super Bowl matchup.
This block diagram (fig 4) explains about the available address like as ripple carry adder, carry lookahead adder etc.
Power and Performance Management via Lookahead Control
The problem is due to the violations of the compressors' inner limitations, such as the constraints of size in the block, the sliding window, and the lookahead window.
One-year changes in symptoms of depression and weight in overweight/obese individuals with type 2 diabetes in the LookAHEAD study.
Chart parsing, like Mitch Marcus' lookahead parsing, is elegant and tractable, particularly in LISP.
The Dallas Morning News' Wayne Slater did a lookahead on what Perry needs to do to remain viable for 2016.
The transcoders provide HD video quality at the lowest possible bitrate leveraging in-house Hierarchical LookAhead and VBR technologies, which are specifically engineered for adaptive streaming delivery.
A track both myself and Philly picked for our lookahead co-present - bound to be a good sign
In the encoding of prepared material, however, that limitation is removed--we have all of the frames that make up the entire clip (or section thereof), and can theoretically analyze the actual image content of all of them--although in practice there will still be limits to the total size of the lookahead.