EUdict :: English-Japanese (Kanji) dictionary

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 English Japanese (Kanji)
(comp) ALU, Arithmetic and Logic Unit演算処理ユニット [えんざんしょりユニット]
(comp) arithmetic addition算術加算 [さんじゅつかさん]
(comp) arithmetic and control unit, ACU演算制御装置 [えんざんせいぎょそうち]
(comp) arithmetic and logic unit, ALU演算論理装置 [えんざんろんりそうち]
(comp) arithmetic and logic unit, ALU算術論理演算装置 [さんじゅつろんりえんざんそうち]
(comp) arithmetic and logic unit, ALU (abbr.)算術論理演算機構 [さんじゅつろんりえんざんきこう]
(comp) arithmetic equation演算方式 [えんざんほうしき]
(comp) arithmetic expression算術式 [さんじゅつしき]
(comp) arithmetic instruction算術演算命令 [さんじゅつえんざんめいれい]
(comp) arithmetic instruction, arithmetic statement算術命令 [さんじゅつめいれい]
(comp) arithmetic multiplication算術乗算 [さんじゅつじょうざん]
(comp) arithmetic operation算術演算 [さんじゅつえんざん]
(comp) arithmetic operator算術演算子 [さんじゅつえんざんし]
(comp) arithmetic operator算術作用素 [さんじゅつさようそ]
(comp) arithmetic register算術レジスタ [さんじゅつレジスタ]
(comp) arithmetic shift算術けた送り [さんじゅつけたおくり]
(comp) arithmetic statement算術文 [さんじゅつぶん]
(comp) arithmetic sum算術和 [さんじゅつわ]
(comp) arithmetic unit演算装置 [えんざんそうち]
(comp) arithmetic unit, ALU (abbr.)算術演算機構 [さんじゅつえんざんきこう]
(comp) arithmetic unit, ALU (abbr.)算術演算装置 [さんじゅつえんざんそうち]
(comp) average of seek time平均シーク時間 [へいきんシークじかん]
(comp) average power平均光パワー [へいきんひかりパワー]
(comp) average rate平均レート [へいきんレート]
(comp) average traffic平均トラヒック [へいきんトラヒック]
(comp) binary arithmetic operation2進演算 [2しんえんざん]
(comp) calculator with arithmetic logic加算機式計算器 [かさんきしきけいさんき]
(comp) conditional entropy, mean conditional information content, average conditional information content条件付きエントロピー [じょうけんつきエントロピー]
(comp) conditional entropy, mean conditional information content, average conditional information content条件付き平均情報量 [じょうけんつきへいきんじょうほうりょう]
(comp) conditional entropy, mean conditional information content, average conditional information content条件付エントロピー [じょうけんつきエントロピー]
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