- noun the way in which the various sections of a computer’s hardware are arranged
- noun the way in which the various sections of the CPU, memory and I/O are arranged
- The functions performed by a computer which involve operations such as mathematical computations and true/false comparisons. Such logic is usually based on Boolean algebra.
- The circuits in a computer which enable the performance of logic functions or operations, such as AND, OR, and NOT. These include gates and flip-flops. Also, the manner in which these circuits are arranged. Also called machine logic (2).
- The totality of the circuitry contained in a computer. Also called machine logic (3).