microprogramming


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mi·cro·pro·gram·ming

 (mī′krō-prō′grăm-ĭng, -grə-mĭng)
n.
A method of programming a computer's central processing unit by breaking down the control instructions into a sequence of smaller steps.

microprogramming

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌprəʊɡræmɪŋ)
n
1. (Computer Science) the use of microprograms
2. (Computer Science) the process of creating microprograms
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microprogramming

microprograming (US) [ˌmaɪkrəʊˈprəʊgræmɪŋ] Nmicroprogramación f
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The most commonly used solutions were the FPGA design and synthesize such as [8] and the microprogramming of Microcontroller chips such as [9] as well as the high-level simulations.
In Proceedings of the 25th Annual International Workshop on Microprogramming, pages 272-281, Portland, Oregon.
Potasman, "Realistic scheduling: compaction for pipelined architectures", MICRO 23 Proceedings of the 23rd annual workshop and symposium on Microprogramming and microarchitecture, Orlando, pp.
Microprocessing and Microprogramming 21(1-5): 17-19.
Moreover, some keyphrases have some semantically equivalent keyphrases in ACM Computing Classification, for example, "Control Structures and Microprogramming' (B.1) is equivalent to "Language Classifications" (D.3.2).
Flynn, "Strategies for Branch Target Buffers," 24th Workshop on Microprogramming and Microarchitecture, 1991, p.42-p.49.
The consumer cannot continually absorb increases for marginal programming, microprogramming or nanoprogramming." An additional obstacle for start-ups is that new channels would be added to the digital cable tier, which currently has a national reach of only about 30 percent of cable subscribers.
In Firmware, Microprogramming and Restructurable Hardware: Proceedings of the IFIP Working Conference, Chroust G, Muhlbacher JR (eds).
On the other side, the possibility of microprogramming the data route, allows a great flexibility to implement different ANN architectures: feedforward, cyclic, acyclic, and so on.
An Echo A Stain is experimental interlude with the microprogramming of San Francisco's Matmos weaving giddy loops of noise.