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Cognex

(kŏg′nĕks′)
A trademark for the drug tacrine hydrochloride.

Cognex

a trademark for a cognition enhancer and analeptic (tacrine). It is a reversible cholinesterase inhibitor and may have a role in early Alzheimer's disease to improve some cognitive functions. It does not affect the prognosis of the disease.

Cognex®

Neurology An agent that transiently slows the mental decline in Alzheimer's Pts. See Alzheimer's disease.
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Cognex is the world's leading supplier of machine vision systems, or computers that can "see.
Cognex Corporation has announced that Electro Scientific Industries (ESI) has entered into a settlement and license agreement with Cognex, resolving a dispute related to ESI's alleged infringement of a U.
District Court in Las Vegas ruled in favor of Cognex Corp.
Cognex Corporation (NASDAQ: CGNX), has introduced VisionPro, an ActiveX-based software development environment that dramatically speeds the development of advanced vision applications.
They're both roles he's assumed recently, the former for a magazine cover photo shoot and the latter to hand out bonuses - cold cash straight from the freezer compartment of a restored 1950s ice cream truck - at a company picnic for Cognex.
Cognex machine vision technology is used worldwide to perform automated inspection of materials that are manufactured in a continuous fashion such as metals paper nonwovens, and plastic film.