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The sense that "central" tries to convey is "the main processor for executing programs controlling the most pertinent activities of the computer" as opposed to the math co-processor, the graphic processing unit, and a host of other minor processors. Here is a list of classical words suffixed with -trum. But I'm not necessarily suggesting elaboratrum. It must be especially difficult for people who've grown up supposing that the word centrum, which their own language uses to denote a focus of something the "center" of a city; or any hub of activity, such as a "medical center" or a "research center" , must imply, in the most obvious way possible, a Latin equivalent. Proces- isn't a stem, unless the verb is something like processere which it isn't. Regarding the adjective I have no doubts about princeps "main". It's OK to have jargon, especially if it comes from late latin literature. Clinicum medicum? The stem of procedere is proced-. The CPU in a laptop is usually off-center, in mine it is under the lower, leftside of the keyboard. In fact, nowadays the math co-processor is usually located on the same chip as the CPU, so that it is always as centrally-located as the CPU itself. The suffix in our case is the typical suffix for nomina agentis : -tor m. Therefore, procestrum has an unexpected formation. IacobusAmor , 18 Martii UTC I don't think it is correct to say that the cpu "processes software"; it just serially executes the instructions in its inputs and sends out the output of those instructions; it thus can only be thought of as processing machine level commands or instructions. On one reading, at least, medium processorium is comparable to media via 'middle of the road', which would suggest the middle of a CPU. IacobusAmor , 23 Martii UTC Mmmm principale and centrale seems to be two different things to me when it is used to described CPU that computing industry is trying to convey. Had Cicero had to say something to the effect of 'process', he'd probably used elaboratio.

Nomen si mutandum sit, putaverim "processorium princeps" melius fuisse. Let's first define the suffix. IacobusAmor23 Martii UTC To a large extent, though not completely, remember that modern scientific jargon actually came from Latin scientific jargon. Latin has a set of adjectives used in this way.

In late Latin, processorium would denote something that belongs to a solemn procession or parade, e. Visae Legere Ainsworth cpu recensere Partem novam addere Historiam inspicere.

The difference, I think, is that "central" conveys the idea of "equally accessible to all in an area".

The word processorius-aainsworth cpu will ainsworth cpu still used for the adjective "of the procestrum " i. However, the meaning of being "in the middle or in the focus" is not the sense of "central" in this case.

I learned that lesson with frequentiawhose jargon meaning is quite distinct from the classical crebitas though related.

Exsecutor principalis of the choices you suggest seems the closest to the idea, but I think it ought to be neuter perhaps exsecutorium principale otherwise https://anutka-17.ru/best/prop-bet-sites.html term could just as well mean the main computer user who runs the program.

The center of a city is a sinus urbis. Or perhaps processorium principale article source, which seems to capture the functional idea brought forward by Rafael of a CPU. Cur necesse est mutare nomen? Regarding the name, I would like to propose a more ainsworth cpu procestrum instead of the late-latin-like nominalized adjective processorium.

Sed non iam attestatum est "centrale" apud Pliny et apud fontes vocabulorum computatralium? Part of the problem is that processus qua 'process' is Neolatin. And as pointed out some computers have a primary and secondary cpu, so obviously only one of these could be termed principalis, I think.

Nexus ad paginam Nuper mutata annexorum Fasciculum imponere Paginae speciales Nexus perpetuus De hac pagina.

Sometimes there's no way out as when an author coins the English noun symbolate to denote a thing symbolized, and the Latin has to accommodate the difference between that and a mere symbol , but schoolmasters have insisted for centuries that it's important to try! In classical usage, according to Ainsworth's, the centrum was the point in the center of a round thing, not the middle of an irregularly shaped thing which is the most commonly heard sense of center in modern languages, though of course the technical sense survives too, in reference to an exact circle. A center of government, for example, is a sedes imperii. Another nice possibility would be elaboratrum — but it could create confusion, since it may also be used as a synonym of computatrum for instance, in Italian computer and elaboratore are synonyms. However, I am hesitant to violate the noli fingere rule: the only attested term is processorium centrale. In the case of procedo the supine is processum , which, together with the suffix -trum , will give procestrum. Therefore my proposal is Procestrum princeps. Finally the term centralis is apter term than principalis or medius here; since in the original term the processor is central only in the sense of being "centrally important", because it controls the main functioning of the computer; it is certainly not located in the center or middle of anything. For the reason brought forward by Rafael, your processorium principale looks best to me so far. And a center of attraction in the modern metaphor is a cynosura. The complete list of the nomina agentis for procedo would be: processor m. That's why I suggested proc. We novices are likely to write about cacumen montis and there's nothing incorrect about that where the more idiomatic phrase would apparently be summus mons. In that sense, which may have been Pliny's also, the analogy of the circle is apt. Invitatio Taberna Auxilium Donationes. Spatia nominalia Res Disputatio. Pagina prima Novissima Pagina fortuita Categoriae Nuper mutata. Processorium as a learned borrowing is all right with me, but given that much, we could borrow centrale as well.