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CISC

[sisk]
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CISC

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CISC

(Complex Instruction Set Computer) Pronounced "sisk." The traditional architecture of a computer which uses microcode to execute very comprehensive instructions. Instructions may be variable in length and use several addressing modes, requiring complex circuitry to decode them. Contrast with RISC.
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The size of sample was obtanied by using open epi sample size calculator, in which a total 130 patients (n=65, each group) were observed by taking 95% confidence interval, 80% power of the test and 22% recurrence rate in CISC group and 46% recurrence rate in control group after internal optical uretherotomy for urethral strictures12.
The available design regulations for tubular profile flange-plate joints (AISC; CISC; CIDECT), which are based on the Struik and de Back model, underscore two design cases with bolts arranges on two sides of the tube (Fig.
Table 1--RISC and CISC characteristic contrast Comparative content CISC RISC Command system complex simple Number of Greater than 200 Less than 100 instructions Instruction format Greater than 4 Less than 4 Addressing mode Greater than 4 Less than 4 Instruction length Not fixed As long as Program length Short longer Software Short longer development time Instruction usage Relatively large Little difference frequency difference Accessible memory Without limitation LOAD/STORE directive instruction only Instruction Great difference Most completed in one execution time cycle Table 2--SST39VF160 pin description Symbol Pin name Pin junction A19--A0 Address input Block erase, A15--A19 is used to select blocks.
In group 1, optical internal urethrotomy was done with clean intermittent self catheterization (CISC), while in group 2 optical internal urethrotomy was done without clean intermittent self catheterization.
The CISC report estimates that about 80 percent of the cost ($3.9 billion a year) will be direct compliance expenditures by the industry, such as additional equipment, labor and record-keeping costs.
Washington, D.C, United States, July 19, 2013 - (ABN Newswire) - The Silver Institute is pleased to announce registration is now open for the 12th Annual China International Silver Conference (CISC), to be held in Kumming, Yunnan Province, People's Republic of China, from September 4-6, 2013.
Women with urinary retention after antiincontinence surgery are usually treated with clean intermittent self-catheterisation (CISC) for up to 6 weeks, or dilatation of the urethra.
CHRIS FRASER OBE, director, CISC Ltd, (www.chinaoutwardinvestment.com), Newcastle
mild 2 IVS 4 None 21 N 0 52 - 7.5 8/21 Y N 3 IVS 6 Incontinence pessary 32 N 0 25 Pulmonary embolus 6 3/21 Y N 4 IVS 2 Repeat IVS 33 Y 200 N/A Pre-existing voiding dysfunction (CISC) 4.5 19/21 Y Y 5 TVT-O 2 Colposuspension & bulking (x2) 27 N 40 11 UTI, fever 3 7/21 Y N 6 TVT 4 Pessary & bulking 27 Y 30 25 - 2 0/21 N N 7 TVT 5 Colposuspension & pessary 28 N 0 29 De novo voiding dysfunction (CISC) 0.5 19/21 Y N