storage register

storage register

[′stȯr·ij rej·ə·stər]
(computer science)
A register in the main internal memory of a digital computer storing one computer word. Also known as memory register.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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A supervisor-selected freeze profile may be programmed into one of the other (non-default) storage register.
It is interesting to note that if two or more event-controlled storage registers are connected so that their data paths are in series and are provided with the same control signals, the result is indistinguishable, except for overall delay, from a single event-controlled storage register.
If wide are involved and small size is required rather than high speed, one may use the circuit of Figure 14 as an event-controlled storage register. This circuit uses only a single latch per bit, but requires extra equipment for control.
A micropipeline with no processing in it, which is a FIFO, can be built by combining the control of Figure 10 with the storage registers of Figure 12 or Figure 14.
When logical processing is required, suitable combinatorial circuits are placed between the storage registers, as illustrated in block form in Figure 17.
It contains seven parts: four event-controlled storage registers and three stages of logic between them.
Transformation industries workers reached 3.207 million people, accounting for 12.5% of the total workforce, while the number of workers in the fields of transportation and storage registered 1.983 million, which is 7.7% of the total workforce, according to CAPMAS.
Features include 30 KB of memory, more than 800 independent storage registers, a large two-line display with adjustable contrast, 42 built-in physical constants, a complete library of unit conversions, and edit, undo and delete capabilities.
The program also offers a memory content window that displays the contents of the X, Y, Z and T registers, financial registers, all 100 storage registers and the running program's listing (up to 1,000 lines of program code).