minimum-access coding

minimum-access coding

[′min·ə·məm ¦ak‚ses ‚kōd·iŋ]
(computer science)
Coding in such a way that a minimum time is required to transfer words to and from storage, for a computer in which this time depends on the location in storage. Also known as minimal-latency coding; minimum-delay coding; minimum-latency coding.
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