asynchronous control

asynchronous control

[ā′siŋ·krə·nəs kən′trōl]
(control systems)
A method of control in which the time allotted for performing an operation depends on the time actually required for the operation, rather than on a predetermined fraction of a fixed machine cycle.
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For us, however, more interesting is the case of asynchronous control, which we will initially observe for pipelined and non-pipelined operation.
Optimal analog transceiver performance is achieved through fast receiver Automatic Gain Control (AGC) with synchronous and asynchronous control loops among antennas, antenna diversity functions, and adaptive-transmit power-control functions.
Already installed on dozens of Blue Gene/P systems at numerous customer sites, TotalView supports advanced features on the platform, like asynchronous control of threads, OpenMP, and threads.
SMEMA-compatible asynchronous control allows each lane to be moved and controlled independently.
Each 8-bit digital I/O port is configurable as an input or output under synchronous or asynchronous control.

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