fixed logic

fixed logic

[¦fikst ′läj·ik]
(computer science)
Circuit logic of computers or peripheral devices that cannot be changed by external controls; connections must be physically broken to arrange the logic.
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Politics trumped the fixed logic of geography and a centuries-old military assessment of the subcontinent.
Compared to fixed logic implementations, FPGA-based products offer superior design flexibility," said Arun Iyengar, senior director of Altera's wireless business unit.
The up-front work of designing and verifying fixed logic devices involves substantial "non-recurring engineering" costs, according to David Gamba, Senior Marketing Manager for the Strategic Solutions Marketing Group at Xilinx.
The before-and-after pairs argue convincingly that there is a fixed logic to the perceived effects of form.