execution speed

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Noun1.execution speed - (computer science) the speed with which a computational device can execute instructions; measured in MIPS
fastness, swiftness, speed - a rate (usually rapid) at which something happens; "the project advanced with gratifying speed"
computer science, computing - the branch of engineering science that studies (with the aid of computers) computable processes and structures
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This can considerably reduce the execution speed for applications awaiting a verdict in real time.
Having 19 fingers gives the robot a better execution speed, making him faster than a human," the Daily Mail quoted him as saying.
Recently, additional features and capabilities were added to its proprietary electronic trading platform with exceptional execution speed blended with dependable tick charts and the ability to manage accounts online.
This way, the solution streamlines brokerage, banking and insurance document workflows, improves execution speed and productivity and reduces costs.
This enables the user to validate the mathematical integrity of the model, perform further analysis, document the system, eliminate algebraic loops, and increase Simulink execution speed.
0 and NI measurement technology introduces professional design features including: advanced simulation tools and new microcontroller (MCU) co-simulation, increased quality and breadth of the component database, strengthened design community with industry partnerships, and increased performance and execution speed of Ultiboard.
Tokyo Stock Exchange is aiming to construct the future system with the world's highest level in trade execution speed and capacity, and in functions to cope with system failures.
Execution speed comes from having multiple commands simultaneously in the pipeline and hardware acceleration of various compute-intensive steps in the flow.
This execution speed and short turnaround time was instrumental in providing Omega Healthcare Investors, Inc.
In today's competitive marketplace, carriers are on a mission--to increase execution speed, minimize operational costs, reduce risks and boost profitability.
In particular, the following aspects of MARS are addressed in the article: visual feature extraction, retrieval models, query reformulation techniques, efficient execution speed performance, and user interface considerations.