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RISC

Cardiology A clinical trial–Risk of Myocardial Infarction & Death by Treatment with Low Dose Aspirin & Intravenous Heparin in Men with Unstable Coronary Artery Disease that evaluated the risk of MI and death during therapy with low-dose aspirin and IV heparin in high-risk men. See Acute myocardial infarction, Low-dose aspirin.
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Detailed, critical examinations of RISC concepts appear in this month's IEEE SPECTRUM and next month's IEEE COMPUTER.
A conventional RTOS for a RISC processor provides an optimized environment for asynchronous, event-driven application tasks typical of control applications.
The ARC(TM) 600 CPU/DSP is a configurable, extendible and easy to use RISC processor core that enables customers to implement a low power, low cost solution while meeting their performance requirements.
The SH4-FPU core is a high performance, dual issue, integer 32-bit RISC CPU family with an integrated vector floating point unit, designed for a range of multimedia applications that require a compact CPU core with integrated vector floating point able to execute both general purpose code and multimedia code such as audio, speech and video codecs.
A RISC (reduced instruction set computer) is a type of microprocessor that recognizes a relatively limited number of instructions.
a developer of embedded communications software solutions for developers of VoIP equipment, and ARM (LSE:ARM) (Nasdaq: ARMHY), the industry's leading provider of 16/32-bit embedded RISC processor solutions, today announced Trinity's VeriCall Edge(TM) software platform supported on the ARM926EJ-S(TM) microprocessor core.
As a combined 32-bit RISC/DSP processor, the ARCtangent-A5 delivers greater performance than a stand-alone RISC processor, while at the same time consuming less power than other combined RISC/DSP solutions, making it a cost-efficient, solution-of-choice for consumer electronics applications.