IEEE Std 1754-1994 “A 32-Bit Microprocessor Architecture”. The IEEE standard defining a version of the SPARC microprocessor architecture.
The P1754 standard (the first microprocessor standard) was approved after four years on 1994-03-17. It is compatible with, but distinct from, SPARC International’s 32 bit version of the SPARC Architecture, SPARC V8, from which it is largely derived. It is possible for a processor to comply with neither, one, or both specifications.
SI article (http://sparc.com/sparc.new/other/sflash/94-03.html).
abbreviation 1. peer-to-peer peer-to-peer 1. path to profitability 2. peer to peer
A Pascal to C translator by Dave Gillespie firstname.lastname@example.org. Version 1.20 (ftp://csvax.cs.caltech.edu/). Supports ANSI/ISO standard Pascal as well as substantial subsets of HP Pascal, Turbo Pascal, VAX, and many other dialects. (1990-04-13)
(Superscript 3). A language with explicit parallelism including constructs for farms and geometric parallelism. P3L currently uses C++ as a host language. [S. Pelagatti, “A method for the development and the support of massively parallel programs. PhD Thesis – TD 11/93, University of Pisa, Mar 1993]. (1994-07-15)
[oi-ster-woo m-uh n] /ˈɔɪ stərˌwʊm ən/ noun, plural oysterwomen. 1. a woman who gathers, cultivates, or sells .