error interrupt

error interrupt

[′er·ər ′int·ə‚rəpt]
(computer science)
The halt in execution of a program because of errors which the computer is not capable of correcting.
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The 256 Byte FIFO channels also significantly reduce the CPU overhead by minimizing the need for error interrupts (four to 16x less) as it allows for interrupt at any level for each FIFO.