ZISC is an acronym for Zero Instruction Set Computer. It is a processing method based on: pattern matching only, with no (micro-)instructions of any usual type, using ideas from artificial neural networks. The acronym derives from the previously named RISC: Reduced Instruction Set Computer. It was jointly developed by Dr. Pascal Tannhof of IBM of Paris, and Silicon Recognition, Inc., of California.
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General Vision, Inc.
Makes range of ZISC devices, tools, includes software development kits, evaluation systems; CogniSight brand.
Zero Instruction Set Computer
Growing article, with links to many related topics. [Wikipedia]
From CISC to RISC to ZISC
Medium long basic description. [Advanced Imaging] (September 01, 1998)
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