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Arithemetic and logic unit.

Arithmetic logic unit. is a component of the CPU that performs arithmetic operations.

Arithmetic Logic Unit. The part of the CPU where arithmetic and logic operations are performed. Sometimes called the arithmetic unit.

The main component of a processor design. It deals primarily with arithmetic operations, including floating point operations. This prevents the processor from slowing down when it performs lengthy arithmetic operations.

See Arithmetic Logic Unit. ALU may also Refer to the Association of LISP Users.

Arithmetic/Logic Unit -- the part of the CPU responsible for performing arithmetic and Boolean operations

Arithmetic Logic Unit. The subsystem within a CPU that performs mathematical operations.

Arithmetic and logical unit.

The part of the CPU that actually does the work of adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing, including OR, AND, and NOT operations. The ALU is an...

Arithmetic Logic Unit. Performs simple operations on one or two words of data, such as add, subtract, etc...

The arithmetic-logic unit, where data is processed according to the instruction under execution.

arithmetic logic unit. the logic circuitry that performs arithmetic calculations on binary numbers and makes logical decisions based on Boolean operations. [SILC99

Arithmetic Logic Unit. The part of a CPU where binary data is acted upon with mathematical operations.

The ALU (Arithmetic and Logic Unit) is the part of a processor that performs the actual computations of data.

arithmetic logic unit; the section of the CPU that performs calculations for arithmetic and logical operations.

ALU stands for Arithmetic Logic Unit. It is where the mathematical operations take place. It handles the basic arithmetic and logic for the computer. This is part of the hardware. See inside the case.

This is the abbreviation for Arithmetic Logic Unit. It is a part of the computer which is responsible in doing all the arithymetic calculations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication.

Arithmetic and Logic Unit - the part of the computer that does all the number and logic tasks.

Arithmetic and Logic Unit Carries out additions, subtractions, multiplications and divisions, as well as logical operations (masking, transfer...).

Arithmetic Logic Unit. The part of a Central Processing Unit (CPU) where binary data is acted upon.

Arithmetic Logic Unit. That portion of hardware in the central processing unit in which arithmetic and logical operations are performed.

Arithmetic Logic Unit. Performs basic mathematical manipulations such as add, subtract, complement, negate, AND, OR.

Arithmetic and Logic Unit. Part of a central processor that actually executes the operations requested by an input command. Analog : An electronic signal whose waveform resembles that of the original signal. Analog synthesizers are those that produce sound by electronic means. Conversely, computers produce sound digitally, which is the numeric representation of sound. Computer music is not, and should not be called, electronic music.

Arithmetic Logic Unit. The part of the processor that performs the mathematics