Definition of Execution speed
1. Noun. (computer science) the speed with which a computational device can execute instructions; measured in MIPS.
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Literary usage of Execution speed
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1. Deconstructing the Computer: Report of a Symposium by Dale Weldeau Jorgenson, (, Charles W. Wessner (2005)
"Even in the mainframe days, it was well established that the relation between clock speed and instruction execution speed will shift with the instruction ..."
2. Design and Analysis of Integrated Manufacturing Systems by W. Dale Compton (1988)
"... imposes constraints on execution speed. Given the breadth of application design, there are bounds on the execution efficiencies that can be achieved in ..."
3. Digest of the Decisions of the Courts of Common Law and Admiralty in the by Theron Metcalf, Jonathan Cogswell Perkins, George Ticknor Curtis (1863)
"... and not being enrolled within eight months from its execution, it cannot be read in evidence, without proof of its execution. Speed v. ..."
4. History of the World War by Frank Herbert Simonds (1919)
"The success of this joint action depended upon swiftness of execution. Speed was very difficult, however, in the face of furious snowstorms and drifts that ..."
5. Rudimentary Treatise on Well-digging, Boring, and Pump-work, Etc. ...by John George Swindell by John George Swindell (1849)
"... Kil- burn — Description of ditto, and mode of execution — Speed of work — Temporary pump for testing spring — Cost of well — Well, Hampstead Heath, ..."