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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
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transputer

[trænsˈpjuːtər] ntransputer m
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transputer

n (Comput) → Transputer m
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van de Vorst, "Parallel LU decomposition on a transputer network," in Proceedings of the Shell Conference on Parallel Computing, 1989.
[2.] Pritchard, D.J.: Transputer Applications on Supernode.
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.
Suarez, eds., Parallel Computing and Transputer Applications, 177-186, IOS Press, Amsterdam.
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.
Implementation and use of Level 3 BLAS kernels on a Transputer T800 ring network.
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.