block input

block input

[′bläk ′in‚pu̇t]
(computer science)
A block of computer words considered as a unit and intended or destined to be transferred from an internal storage medium to an external destination.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The main input to the hash function is the message block input and the main output is the digest (or hash value).
The PRA, which was the custodian of the entire data on behalf of both FBR and PRA, did not introduce any parametric checks in the system either, to block input adjustments, which did not satisfy the parameters.
3, where [U.sub.r] represents block input and [U.sub.rk] represents block output.
The terminal block input and output are front mounted for easy access.
Supply voltage represents the "Electric" block input. Frictions during the motor function are modeled using the "Dry and viscous friction" block.
The block input is the supply voltage [V] while the output is the torque [Nm].
The block input is the torque [Nm], while the output is the angular speed [rad/s].
2) The routing wires in the channel adjacent to a logic block input or output can connect to that logic block pin and the sizes of the transistors used to build the various programmable switches.
FPGAs consist of a large number of programmable logic blocks, which can implement digital logic and programmable routing, which allows the logic block inputs and outputs to be connected to form large VLSI architecture.