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microprogramming

[¦mī·krō′prō‚gram·iŋ]
(computer science)
Transformation of a computer instruction into a sequence of elementary steps (microinstructions) by which the computer hardware carries out the instruction.

microprogramming

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Reorganization is a process akin to rewriting or microprogramming a computer so that those operations it can perform are changed.
Since Maurice Wilkes proposed the principle of Microprogramming in his paper published In 1951[1], several methods of designing Micro-Programmed Automata (MPA) have been developed based on Micro-Program and Hardware design [2, 3, 4, 5].
Plus, development time is significantly reduced as no microprogramming is necessary.
In a nutshell, microprogramming concerns the almost anal attention to detail in the rhythm track.
As part of the alliance, MTVN will develop programming and entertainment offerings to be made available through multiple new distribution points, including microprogramming for Portable Media Centers that will include news features, musical performances and other entertainment content.