logic unit

logic unit

[′läj·ik ‚yü·nət]
(computer science)
A separate unit which exists in some computer systems to carry out logic (as opposed to arithmetic) operations.
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This loop must contain the final control element or actuator, which executes the calculated move, frequency detection and a logic unit or software, which processes the frequency measurements.
Each controller gain is calculated by a fuzzy logic unit and varied with time.
Thus, a fuzzy logic unit is designed to deal with the complicated nonlinear mathematic problem as in Figure 6.
The control parameter [k.sub.2] is adjusted around a given nominal value [k.sub.20] dynamically by the fuzzy logic unit as
The PLC consists of an arithmetic logic unit (ALU), RAM and ROM memory units, a number of input and output interfaces.
CLB: CLB is a configurable logic block, which is the most basic logic unit in FPGA.
Researchers investigating the flexible surfaces that will be needed in emerging wearable technology, curved panel displays and flexible solar panels have gained a new tool, Crocus Technology's Magnetic Logic Unit.
All-optical logic gates are core logic unit to implement various all-optical systems for optical signal processing.
Transistor count is a primary concern which largely affects the design complexity of many function units such as multiplier and arithmetic logic unit (ALU).
After introducing the optimization and acceleration techniques based on the vector arithmetic logic unit (VALU), which is a vector inside the regular central processing unit, they highlight differences between commercial software packages based on FDTD, on the finite integration technique, on the method of moments, and on finite element methods.
Some of these conditions include (4) microprocessor arithmetic logic unit failure, program memory failure, compiler and assembler errors and pump motor control failure.
To demonstrate the operation feasibility of the controllable coupling scheme, the research group employed a coupled two-qubit system, the smallest quantum logic unit, to carry out a multi-quantum control experiment involving the turning on and off of the coupling.