input register

input register

[′in‚pu̇t ‚rej·ə·stər]
(computer science)
A register that accepts input information from a computer at one speed and supplies the information to the central processing unit at another speed, usually much greater.
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Each of these information channels has its own characteristic associated with the source and method of entering into the input register controller in the form of digital data.
Then we put exchange the input registers. After that, we put the reminder in the second input register.
Besides, the circuit does not require additional components to fill in a long size input register (needed for [R.sub.0],...,[R.sub.N-1]).
For instance, if there are 4 output registers, a total of 9 values (current and previous results plus one initial value from the input register) can be chosen.
If the writing request is received, each value of the input register is processed by defined algorithms--the value is compared with the current model state and if the action bound with value is considered as safe, it is performed.
The first stage decodes byte-serial input from the 8-bit input register, converting it into a 54-bit parallel word containing all of the address, data, and control information required for a memory cycle.
This register is an input register for the controller;
Even after the phone has been pulled out of the water, the touch input registers rather erratically.
Data path consists of Input registers, Hash Core, Intermediate registers and Output registers.
An asynchronou s clear input clears the double-buffered input registers and sets the outputs to zero, easing system initialization and reset.
In microcontrollers digital inputs are acquired automatically at every clock pulse and stored in special I/O registers so inside the input_aquisition() function the value of these input registers are transferred in dedicated variables from RAM memory.