Moore's law

noun, often capitalized L \ˈmrz-, ˈmrz-\

Definition of MOORE'S LAW

:  an axiom of microprocessor development usually holding that processing power doubles about every 18 months especially relative to cost or size

Origin of MOORE'S LAW

Gordon E. Moore b1929 American computer industry executive
First Known Use: 1977


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