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processor

[′prä‚ses·ər]
(computer science)
A device that performs one or many functions, usually a central processing unit. Also known as engine.
A program that transforms some input into some output, such as an assembler, compiler, or linkage editor.

processor

processor

(1) See CPU.

(2) May refer to software. See language processor and word processor.
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They would have to buy the PlayStation VR if they want to take advantage of that new Processor Unit.
Workstations have evolved into two groups: those which aggressively push the performance of the central processor unit with enhanced clock rates and reduced-instruction-set computing (RISC), and those which use a great number of independent or parallel processors to get the most out of every tick of the clock.
In the first video, Unpacking, Sony goes through everything that comes included in the box: which is a Quick Start guide, the PSVR headset, the Processor unit, the stereo headphones, and all of the necessary cables you need.
Other subjects investigated are buckling optimization of perforated curved shells, stability analysis of a processor unit in a deep-sea application, error modeling for a master slave surgical robot system, and advanced optics applications using ultra-precision free-form machining technology.
The 'other' CPU (central processor unit) category, which is primarily mainframes, fell 22.8% in revenues for the quarter.
The processors also feature the Direct Connect Architecture which directly connects the memory controller and I/O to the central processor unit to improve performance and efficiency.
IDC believes that higher desktop processor ASPs enabled by HyperThreading technology and the new 800MHz front-side bus as well as mobile PC processor unit shipments and the higher ASPs of those units helped to compensate for modestly lower desktop PC processor unit shipments.
VIA has tried to circumvent this action by buying NatSemi's Cyrix x86 PC processor unit and signing NatSemi as a foundry partner.
A year later, Spectrum's Senior Editor Richard Comerford's view of workstations had evolved into two groups - those which aggressively push the performance of the central processor unit (CPU) with enhanced clock rates and reduced-instruction-set computing, and those which use a great number of independent or parallel processors to get the [TABULAR DATA OMITTED] most out of every tick of the clock.[2]
When you first open the box, you'll want to connect the Processor Unit to your PlayStation 4.
Looking at market performance by PC form factor, mobile PC processor unit shipments rose 6.5% QoQ (quarter over quarter), PC server processors rose 6.1% QoQ, and desktop PC processors declined -0.1% QoQ.