Definitions for "CISC"
Complex Instruction Set Computer. A computer whose instruction set includes high-level operations which perform complex tasks. Most modern computers are CISC machines. The workstations are not. See RISC.
omplex nstruction et omputer] A computer design architecture that offers machine language programmers a wide variety of instructions. (Contrast with RISC.)
Complex Instruction Set Computing. Pronounced "sisk." Most personal computers that run DOS and Windows have a CISC-based central processing unit. A CISC processor operates by using an average of 150+ variable-length instructions called by the operating system and applications. CISC processors have their origin in mainframe and mini-computers of the early 1960's. See RISC.
an agency of the Canadian government that unifies the intelligence units of Canadian law enforcement agencies
(acronym) Canadian Institute of Steel Construction
(CRTC Interconnection Steering Committee) is an organization established by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) in Implementation of Regulatory Framework: Development of Carrier Interfaces and other Procedures, Telecom Public Notice CRTC 96-28, August 1, 1996, to assist in developing information, procedures and guidelines as may be required in various aspects of the CRTC's regulatory activities.
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