Definition of bit-slice
- With conventional microprocessor technology, a single-chip processor cannot attain this speed, so a bit-slice processor was developed that consists of four individual processors connected in parallel.
- —James C. Miller et al., Science, 15 Oct. 1982
- No offense to all the people working on this technology, but it sounds a lot like initiatives we've already seen in computing, with emulation of chips and universal operating systems and bit-slice computers and whatever.
- —John C. Dvorak, PC Magazine, 18 Jan. 2005