instruction time

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instruction time

[in′strək·shən ‚tīm]
(computer science)
The time required to carry out an instruction having a specified number of addresses in a particular computer.

instruction time

The time in which an instruction is fetched from memory and stored in the instruction register. It is the first half of the instruction cycle.
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Task solution by the INC method must meet the following criteria: relative error for measured and calculated temperature in the i-time must be less than 1.0%, relative error for cooling rates derived of measured and calculated temperature must be less than 5.0% and the correlation coefficient between measured and calculated temperatures must be greater than 0.99.