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transputer

(trænzˈpjuːtə)
n
(Computer Science) computing a type of fast, powerful microchip that is the equivalent of a 32-bit microprocessor with its own RAM facility
[C20: from trans(istor) + (com)puter]
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transputer

[trænsˈpjuːtəʳ] N (Comput) → transputor m

transputer

[trænsˈpjuːtər] ntransputer m

transputer

n (Comput) → Transputer m
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Transputer Ensembles for Embedded Robotics Computations.
Norman, "A memetic approach for the traveling salesman problem implementation of a computational ecology for combinatorial optimization on message-passing systems," Parallel Computing and Transputer Applications, vol.
Fall meeting # 4, North American Transputer User Group.
The Berlin extrusion lines use Battenfeld's Unilog TC40 transputer controls, and the display panels are mounted high enough to be read from a distance.
Modula-P, a language for parallel programming: Definition and implementation on a transputer network.
1993] is a library which supports prototyping on Transputer networks.
Some of the ideas in the Transputer parallel version and in the blocked version for MIMD vector processors were used to design the serial and parallel versions of the Level 3 BLAS for the BBN TC2000 [Amestoy et al.
NWL, which has been manufacturing mixed signal and application specific chips, was originally the plant used by Bristol-based Transputer maker Inmos Ltd.
Every processor is a T805 transputer, running at 30MHz, with 4MB of RAM.
The system, which appears to be aimed at pulsed emitters, makes use of the amplitude-comparison technique and a distributed transputer network.
In the space agency's NNETS (Neural Network Environment Transputer System) 40 transputers have been linked to attain an extremely high operating speed.