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SISD

[¦es¦ī¦es′dē]
(computer science)
A type of computer architecture in which there is a single instruction cycle, and operands are fetched in serial fashion into a single processing unit before execution. Acronym for single-instruction-stream, single-data-stream.

SISD

(Single Instruction stream Single Data stream) The instruction execution architecture of a scalar processor (a CPU that executes instructions serially). Contrast with SIMD and MIMD.
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The SISD technicians operate the lights from the keypad of an ETC ION xe lighting control console that integrates four dedicated encoders for non-intensity parameter control, grand master and blackout buttons together with a master split fader.
Having recently been awarded the patronage of the Canton du Valais, one of 26 in Switzerland, SISD is also laying the foundation for the introduction for the Swiss Baccalaureate in the UAE and the wider region.
This marks a true international collaboration between SISD in Dubai, which brings Swiss excellence in education, and Switch Made, a French company, to redefine the education sector by pioneering a new eco-friendly school campus that benefits student well-being.
As an IB (International Baccalaureate) school, SISD is committed to providing an inclusive and challenging learning environment that will enable learners to take advantage of future opportunities.
According to Sommer, the SISD IB program will mirror Switzerland's highly sophisticated and inclusive education system.
Director SISD Dr Hayat Baloch, however, could not be contacted for comment despite several attempts.
3.1 SISD (single instruction stream / single data stream)
A couple of years ago the only servers residing in the data center for the Saginaw Intermediate School District (SISD) in Michigan were those belonging to the regional service center.
(118.) Ponce, 508 F.3d at 767 ("The [district] court held that under the Supreme Court's Tinker standard, the evidence was insufficient to prove that SISD [the school] acted upon a reasonable belief that disruption would occur.").