million floating-point operations per second

million floating-point operations per second

[′mil·yən ¦flōd·iŋ ¦pȯint ‚äp·ə′rā·shənz pər ′sek·ənd]
(computer science)
A unit used to measure the processing speed or throughput of supercomputers or array processors. Abbreviated Mflop.
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