address computation

address computation

[′ad·res ‚käm·pyə′tā·shən]
(computer science)
The modification by a computer of an address within an instruction, or of an instruction based on results obtained so far. Also known as address modification.
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There are two approaches to this computation for discrete images: forward and reverse address computation.
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Rotation: Rotation of an input image about its Cartesian (21) origin can be accomplished by the address computation
A more elegant approach is to formulate the address computation as a vector-space manipulation.
6V voltage supply -- 0 -1Mbit/sec datarate -- 0dBm output power -- CRC and address computation -- ShockBurst / direct mode -- 15mA Peak RX current -- Address stripping and CRC computation in RX -- Clock recovery on data -- Simultaneous dual receiver topology Availability: