GOPS


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GOPS

(Giga [billion] Operations Per Second) The measurement of instructional performance of a chip or system. It typically refers to DSP operations. See MOPS.
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The Illinois GOP is going to have to be frugal for a while until they can raise some dough.
First of all, HEVC encoder divides the input video sequence into groups of pictures (GOP), and each frame in GOP is further divided into coding units (CUs).
SSGC is also fully supporting GoPs endeavors in importing LNG in its pursuits to bridge the demand-supply gap of natural gas.
The parameters of H.264 coder are defined as high profile, quantization parameter OPP: between 28 and 36 selected to ensure good quality, search range: 16, macroblock partitioned: 4 x 4, 8 x 8, and 16 x 16, group of pictures (GOP): 12 or 15, and entropy based coding method: universal variable length coding (UVLC).
By accepting IMFs parameters in the seventh review, GOP already seems to have settled for another year of stabilization.
A GOP is stationed just south of the demilitarized zone as part of a detachment of front-line troops to stand guard against infiltrations or surprise attacks from the enemy.
The GPU has a theoretic peak performance of 68.22 GOPS. For the comparison, a 16-core configuration (the PEs are connected via a Xnet network) was considered.
We consider that video sequences are encoded into groups of pictures (GOPs) according to the H.264 standard using the joint scalable video model (JSVM) software.
Given the heavy Democratic enrollment in Niagara Falls, any Republican candidate faces a steep climb, and without the GOPs backing, Sandonatos climb is steeper.
Gops Pillay, senior vice president dispersions & pigments Asia Pacific, has also assumed responsibility for all regional business units in Asia Pacific as well as for all countries in Asia Pacific outside of China.
By using 28-nanometer (nm) process technology and when running at 250 MHz, DSP is capable of processing data at 12 GOPS (12 billion operations per second).
A novel SDR baseband processor for the next generation wireless communication, named GAEA, has been proposed in [11], with the peak computing capability of 43.75 GOPS and power consumption of 481 mW.