Results for each individual benchmark of the SPEC benchmark suites, for example CINT92 and CFP92, expressed as the ratio of the wall clock time to execute one single copy of the benchmark, compared to a fixed “SPEC reference time”, which was chosen early-on as the execution time on a VAX 11/780.
See also SPEC rate.
plural noun, Informal. 1. spectacles; eyeglasses. 2. specifications. noun 1. Usually, specs. specification (def 2). 2. speculation. adjective 3. built, done, bought, etc., as a speculation: the construction of spec houses. verb (used with object), spec’d or specked or specced, spec’ing or specking or speccing. 4. to provide specifications for: Their newest truck was spec’d […]
- Spec sheet
noun 1. a list describing the specifications of a product or property that is for sale
noun 1. single photon emission computed tomography: a technique for measuring brain function similar to PET. SPECT abbr. single photon emission computed tomography SPECT single photon emission computed tomography
noun 1. anything presented to the sight or view, especially something of a striking or impressive kind: The stars make a fine spectacle tonight. 2. a public show or display, especially on a large scale: The coronation was a lavish spectacle. 3. spectacles, eyeglasses, especially with pieces passing over or around the ears for holding […]