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computing machine

[kəm′pyüd·iŋ mə′shēn]
(computer science)
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Adaptive Computing Machine technology refers to microchips that essentially adapt themselves to perform a variety of tasks.
QuickSilver offers an adaptive computing system platform, which includes the adaptive computing machine (ACM) architecture and a complete suite of development tools, that allows hardware to be programmed and updated using software.
Focused on the Company's aggressive IC technology and product plans, Aidala will oversee the delivery and market adoption of QuickSilver Technology's Adaptive Computing Machine (ACM), the only software-programmable IC to offer ASIC-class performance and low power consumption, yet with low cost and architecture flexibility -- in a single chip.
As the leader in adaptive computing technology, the company's first initiative is the Adaptive Computing Machine (ACM), a new class of integrated circuit (IC) that efficiently uses silicon to outperform conventional IC technologies such as DSPs, FPGAs, ASICs, and microprocessors.
QuickSilver's Adaptive Computing Machine (ACM) takes a new approach to CMOS silicon, outperforming conventional IC technologies such as DSPs, ASICs, FPGAs, and microprocessors.
We're combining remarkable engineering talents and intellectual property for rapidly bringing the adaptable computing machine technology to market," said Jaime Cummins, President and CEO, QuickSilver Technology.
uk) Not only built like a tank to withstand even the most ferocious of board meetings, this road warrior computing machine has got great specifications.
We know that a computing machine performs infinitely many computational steps in finite time.
n], IP is an IP system computing machine and P is a P system computing machine without immunity.
After quitting the NPL, he joined the Computing Machine Laboratory and designed the Ferranti Mark I, which is considered to be the first electronic digital computer to be commercially available.
Turing employed the work of both mathematicians to create a conceptual computing machine.
Turing, the inventor of the universal computing machine (in Slovene).

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