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DSC

(1) (Digital Signal Controller) A microcontroller and digital signal processor (DSP) combined on the same chip. A DSC adds the interrupt-driven capabilities normally associated with a microcontroller to a DSP, which typically functions as a continuous process. See microcontroller and DSP. See also DCS.

(2) (Digital Still Camera) See digital camera.

(3) (Dynamic Smart Cooling) See datacenter cooling.

(4) (Display Stream Compression) A compression method for ultra high-definition video. See VESA Display Stream Compression.
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