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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhigh-performanceˌhigh-perˈformance adjective   high-performance cars/computers/tyres etc
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high-performanceThis opens the way for low-cost and high-performance 64M-bit Flash memory chips based on a 0.4 micron design rule.Is the high-performance approach materially different, or is it just a new label for a set of old ideas?And the argument against the high-performance machines is not just about safety.Cypress now plans to concentrate on static RAMs, programmable logic devices and its high-performance niche product lines.Sport may be taken too seriously; high-performance spectator sport is arguably too central to our lives already.This will enable distributed computing over heterogeneous platforms, from workstations and clusters to large-scale, high-performance systems.
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