Zero-instruction-set computing

The zero-instruction-set computer developed at IBM France (Corbeil-Essonnes, France; see "Developers look to neural nets to solve complex imaging tasks," Vision Systems Design, Oct. 1998, p. 50) is now commercially available from Silicon Recognition Inc. (Sunnyvale, CA). As well as featuring a technology primer and applications that include semiconductor-wafer inspection, people counting, and face recognition, this site includes descriptions of the company`s products, sales representatives, and

Zero-instruction-set computing

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The zero-instruction-set computer developed at IBM France (Corbeil-Essonnes, France; see "Developers look to neural nets to solve complex imaging tasks," Vision Systems Design, Oct. 1998, p. 50) is now commercially available from Silicon Recognition Inc. (Sunnyvale, CA). As well as featuring a technology primer and applications that include semiconductor-wafer inspection, people counting, and face recognition, this site includes descriptions of the company`s products, sales representatives, and partners.

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