architecture


architecture
● n. f. ►ARCHI Structure des éléments constitutifs d'un ordinateur, du point de vue matériel ou logiciel. L'architecture désigne la façon dont ces éléments sont assemblés. Elle peut être intégrée (architecture intégrée) ou modulaire (architecture modulaire). Elle est souvent caractérisée principalement par la classe du processeur et par la largeur du bus principal (qui conditionne beaucoup de choses puisque presque tout lui est connecté). Voir SIGARCH.

Dictionnaire d'informatique francophone. 2013.

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