FC-PGA


Also found in: Acronyms.

FC-PGA

This article is provided by FOLDOC - Free Online Dictionary of Computing (foldoc.org)
References in periodicals archive ?
Therefore, the number of utilized communication links and the total number of transferred individuals of D-PGA are almost equal to those of an R-PGA but significantly lower than those of an FC-PGA.
In the study, D-PGA, an R-PGA and an FC-PGA (hereafter simply called R-PGA and FC-PGA) have been implemented using the MPI 2.0 library.
In the following sections, we provide the numerical results first for D-PGA versus R-PGA, and then D-PGA versus FC-PGA.
FC-PGA tests were conducted for the test functions with 10 and 20 variables.
Table V shows that D-PGA clearly beats FC-PGA for smaller population sizes (i.e.
Prices for the Pentium III 500E, 100MHz FC-PGA chip start at $239 in quantities of 1,000.
These include the Intel Pentium III processor, 600MHz, in FC-PGA package, 256K L2 cache on die and Intel 840 chipset; the Intel Pentium III processor-Low Power, 400 MHz, 256K L2 cache on die; the Intel Pentium III processor-Low Power Module, 500 MHz, 256K L2 cache on Die; the Intel Pentium III processor/840 Development Kit Intel Pentium III processor Low Power Development Kit; the Flexible Platform Design Guide; the Intel 440BX Flexible Motherboard Development Kit and the Intel Applied Computing System Firmware Library v1.1, with Pentium III processor support.