(compiler, algorithm) The phase of a compiler that determines which values will be placed in registers. Register allocation may be combined with register assignment. This problem can be shown to be isomorphic to graph colouring by relating values to nodes in the graph and registers to colours. Valu...
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In compiler optimization, register allocation is the process of assigning a large number of target program variables onto a small number of CPU registers. Register allocation can happen over a basic block (local register allocation), over a whole function/procedure (global register allocation), or ...
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Strictly, the proportion of an organism's available resource input that is allocated to reproduction over a defined period of time; often in practice, the proportion of an organism's mass or volume that is reproductive tissue.
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[computer] A computer with a single processor can only perform one process at a time, regardless of the amount of programs loaded by the user (or initiated on start-up). Computers using single processors appear to be running multiple programs at once because the processor quickly alternates ...
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A particular use of land, labour, capital and entrepreneurs
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How different social and material resources are shared out between and employed by social groups or other elements of society.
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Resource allocation is used to assign the available resources in an economic way. It is part of resource management. In project management, resource allocation is the scheduling of activities and the resources required by those activities while taking into consideration both the resource availabili...
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Resource allocation is the process of distributing an organization`s tangible assets -- money, people, equipment and facilities -- to effectively achieve company goals. Resource allocation decisions are at the heart of management decision-making. Resource allocation requires important and often diff...
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