Refers to microprocessor architectures that enable more than one instruction to be executed per clock cycle. Nearly all modern microprocessors, including the Pentium, PowerPC, Alpha, and SPARC microprocessors are superscalar.
A symbol or character that appears slightly above a line, as in this example: r2. Footnote numbers appearing in text are also superscripts. A symbol or character that appears slightly below a line is called a subscript.
A technique for improving LCD display screens by twisting light rays. In addition to normal supertwist displays, there also exist double supertwist and triple supertwist displays. In general, the more twists, the higher the contrast. Supertwist displays are also known as supertwist nematic (STN) displays.
- supplemental index
In search engines, a supplemental index is comprised of Web results compiled with fewer restraints on sites than sites that are crawled for a main search engine index. Google is one search engine that uses both a main index and a supplemental index. In some instances restrictions for inclusion in the main index may be […]
- Supply Chain Management (SCM)
supply chain management(SCM) is the control of the supply chain as a process from supplier to manufacturer to wholesaler to retailer to consumer. Supply chain management does not involve only the movement of a physical product (such as a microchip) through the chain but also any data that goes along with the product (such as […]
(v) To have a specific functionality. For example, a word processor that supports graphics is one that has a graphics component. The word support, however, is vague. It could mean that the word processor enables you to create graphics illustrations, that you can insert graphics created by another program, or something entirely different. As another […]