iterative array

iterative array

[′īd·ə‚rād·iv ə′rā]
(computer science)
In a computer, an array of a large number of interconnected identical processing modules, used with appropriate driver and control circuits to permit a large number of simultaneous parallel operations.
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Filed prior to the commercial availability of the first programmable logic devices (PLDs), the Manning patent covers the idea of configuring an emulation system by establishing operating communication paths between selected programmable devices in an iterative array.
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