A unit of measure of computer processing speed equal to one billion floating-point operations per second carried out by supercomputers (giga = billion).

The ability of a system to compute one billion floating point operations in one second. AMD's K6-2 processor and Motorola's G4 processor can achieve speeds...

A billion floating-point computer instructions per second, a measure of the enormous number of operations carried out by supercomputers today (giga = billion).

or gflop: One billion (10**9) floating point operations per second.

A measure of speed, a gigaflop is one billion floating-point operations per econd.

billion (thousand million) floating point operations per second