bit-slice architecture

Definitions

General Science

  • noun the construction of a large word size computer by joining a number of smaller word size blocks

Computing

  • noun the construction of a large word size CPU by joining a number of smaller word size blocks

Electronics

  • A processor design in which chips are combined. For instance, three 4-bit processors, or slices, are strung together to form a 12-bit unit. Used in some specialized computers
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