parallel conversion

parallel conversion

[′par·ə‚lel kən′vər·zhən]
(computer science)
The process of transferring operations from one computer system to another, during which both systems are run together for a period of time to ensure that they are producing identical results.
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the present call for tenders includes: - the supply and installation of cameras analogous to the functional and non-functional requirements formulated in the specifications, - the supply of the video system analogous to the functional and non-functional requirements formulated in the specifications, the provision of the necessary hardware for the operation and use of the video system, - the provision of all necessary licenses to operate and use the video system, - the provision of other services, such as training, detailed planning depending on the parallel conversion project, conception of camera positioning.
2) Serial parallel conversion: the serial data of each divided part will convert to M channels parallel data in the data processor, in order to depress the requirement of the processing rate of FPGA and clock.
For example, one may have a conversion of the intellect, right ordering of the reason according to Christian norms, without having a parallel conversion of the affections, a right ordering of the desires of the heart.

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