clock cycle


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clock cycle

n. Computers
The interval of time between two pulses of a system clock.
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3Up to 40 TFLOPs of DSP Performance (FP16 Configuration): Each Intel Agilex DSP block can perform two FP16 floating-point operations (FLOPs) per clock cycle. Total FLOPs for FP16 configuration is derived by multiplying 2x the maximum number of DSP blocks to be offered in a single Intel Agilex FPGA by the maximum clock frequency specified for that block.
Ironically, he pointed out that 'people who keep faith with their body clock cycle (known as the circadian cycle) by sleeping when they should, eat at the right time and work when they should live longer and are at a lesser risk of diseases.'
The unit produces the first result after 77 clock cycles. Because the unit operates as a pipeline, it can produce new results during each clock cycle after this initial period.
With GCN, AMD changed its approach to parallelism, in the name of extracting more useful performance per clock cycle.
They discovered that the protein ignores the regular body clock cycle of glucocorticoid secretion and therefore the circadian cycle is responsible for regulating cellular fat.
"The two servers run in absolute lockstep, right down to the clock cycle," says John Fryer, senior director of industry solutions for Stratus.
In the table, [E.sub.btx] is the figure of complete energy transfers to the bath of all cells divided for each clock cycle, [E.sub.ctx] is the total energy moves between QCA cells and the clock divided for each clock cycle, and [E.sub.Etx] is for each clock cycle the figure of all errors of the cells energy assessment.
This SERE describes a scenario in which the input signal a is true in the first clock cycle, b is true in the second clock cycle, and finally c is true in the third clock cycle.
Since x = 0, the maximum value will always be moved up at each clock cycle [23] enabling real-time transmission of the sorted items (through the M-bit output) in ascending order.