CPS

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Stands for “Cost per Second” CPS is just a knowledge exchange rate projected from the character size as well as the bitrate. For Example, at 2400 bps, 8-bit people with start/stop bits (to get a whole of five pieces per character) are going to be sent in a price of around 240 people per minute (cps). This could also reference how quickly a printer might be able to produce. Additional dimensions of the printer include PPM and LPM.
 

The similar term FLOP is often used for floating-point operation, for example as a unit of counting floating-point operations carried out by an algorithm or computer hardware.

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The computer mouse as we know it today was invented and developed by Douglas Engelbart, with the assistance of Bill English, during the 1960’s and was patented on November 17, 1970