bit-sliced microprocessor

bit-sliced microprocessor

[′bit ‚slīst ‚mī·krō′präs·əs·ər]
(computer science)
A microprocessor in which the major logic of the central processor is partitioned into a set of large-scale-integration circuits, as opposed to being placed on a single chip.
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