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clock tick

One increment, or pulse, of the CPU clock. See clock speed and clock.
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After 21 clock cycles, the unit produces the first result and can produce new results throughout each subsequent clock cycle.
The higher the number of SM/CU units in a GPU, the more work it can perform in parallel per clock cycle. Rendering is a type of problem that's sometimes referred to as "embarrassingly parallel," meaning it has the potential to scale upwards extremely well as core counts increase.
(iii) true: the sequence is recognized in the trace successfully (which can also be more than one clock cycle expressing several overlapped evaluation and recognition of it in the trace).
As soon as the first block is received, all data items from this block are sorted in the iterative network from [2], and the maximum number of clock cycles is N/2 [2].
handle per clock cycle over previous AMD architectures.
Also, validation of the proposed model in [18] was performed only for fixed clock cycle values, which is not the case with the research presented in this paper.
Adders, in particular, assume that the execution of an operation must be accurately completed within a prescribed time period, for e.g., a single clock cycle, independently of the input operands [1].
(1) First Clock Cycle: Pairwise Comparisons for All Capacitor Voltage Values.
According to Sleep/Wake Research Centre research officer Karyn O'Keeffe, workplace fatigue is performance impairment, which could lead to errors due to sleep loss, extended wakefulness, and trying to work in the wrong part of the circadian body clock cycle.
The position is represented in clock cycle number that can be easily translated to a motion vector before sending to the main processor.