2 TFLOPS of single precision compute performance, and unmatched double precision compute performance of up to 2.
What does SP stand for?
SP stands for Single Precision (computing)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 191 other meanings of SP in our Acronym Attic
- Simple Profile
- Simplicity and Power (associated with the Computing as Compression Theory)
- Simulated Patient
- Sine Prole (Latin: without issue [no children])
- Singapore Polytechnic
- Singapore Power
- Single Pedestal
- Single Piece
- Single Player (gaming)
- Single Port
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Unlike ILS, which supports a single precision approach to one runway end, one SmartPath system can simultaneously provide up to 26 separate approaches covering all runway ends.
Today high-end multi core processors based on x86 architecture used in personal computers are able to run simultaneously up to 12 threads achieving floating point performance near of 100 GFLOPs while graphics processing units can process hundreds of threads simultaneously reaching theoretically up to 2700 GFLOPs in single precision operations.
Keywords: Computer Arithmetic, Single Precision Elementary Functions, Table-Based Methods, ATA Method.
The MPC7400 supplements AltiVec with a more powerful floating point unit, which is fully pipelined for double-precision operations, not just the single precision pipelined by the G3, and there is also an internal memory bus that is 128 bits wide, twice that of the G3.
It features two ultra-efficient GK110 GPUs that provide up to 3X performance per watt for single precision applications than its predecessor, the M2090.
A 33 percent higher single precision floating point2 over the previous generation at 768 GFLOPS enables the AMD E8860 GPU to also blast through the most complex parallel applications like terrain and weather mapping, facial and gesture recognition and biometric and DNA analysis.
Six SIMD engines combined with 80 processing elements provide 480 shaders that deliver up to 576 GFLOPS of peak single precision floating point performance, highly useful in ultrasound, radar and video imaging applications.