SIGARCH


SIGARCH
● ►en sg. m. ►SALON L'un des SIG de l'ACM (voir SIG* (ACM)), se concentrant sur la "Computer Architecture" (architecture des ordinateurs).

Dictionnaire d'informatique francophone. 2013.

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