Reduced instruction set computing (RISC)

Reduced instruction set computing (RISC),

Definition of Reduced instruction set computing (RISC):

  1. IBMs central processing unit (CPU) chip-design that employs comparatively smaller number of machine language instructions to perform its functions, thus enhancing the computers data processing speed. SunSparc and PowerPC designs are based on RISC chips.

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