Floating point unit (FPU)

Floating point unit (FPU),

Definition of Floating point unit (FPU):

  1. Denoting a mode of representing numbers as two sequences of bits, one representing the digits in the number and the other an exponent which determines the position of the radix point.

  2. Part of a computer (or microprocessor) that specifically handles floating point operations.

How to use Floating point unit (FPU) in a sentence?

  1. Speeds of more than one million floating-point operations per second.

Meaning of Floating point unit (FPU) & Floating point unit (FPU) Definition