coprocessor (plural coprocessors)

  1. (computer hardware) An additional microprocessor used to supplement the functionality of the central processing unit, performing tasks such as floating-point arithmetic (floating-point unit) or graphics calculations (graphics processing unit).
  • French: coprocesseur
  • German: Koprozessor, Coprozessor
  • Russian: сопроцессор

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