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Rt

On a ticker or in a newspaper listing of stocks, a symbol indicating a transaction involving a right rather than a specific security. See also: Warrant.

rt

Used on the consolidated tape to indicate the transaction of a right: AEP rt 50s 1/4 .

rt

Used in stock transaction tables in newspapers to indicate a listing for rights. No dividend, yield, or price-earnings ratio is listed for a right because dividends are not paid and earnings are not applicable: ContIl rt.
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The Table 1 presents the total RISC cycles required for TCP/IP and UDP/IP packets when the DMA has five clock rates as RISC core.
Under SPE PRMS, only those pay zones expected to be developed by the Company's planned Pilots program were classified by RISC as Reserves in this certification; there are other pay zones in various wells which if developed in subsequent Pilots would be considered by RISC as Reserves.
"Since we've shown that RISC activity is higher in cancer cells than normal, healthy cells, we're hopeful that inhibiting SND1 to decrease RISC activity will do little, if any, damage to healthy liver cells while stopping cancer progression," added Sarkar.
RISC has reached an agreement in principal with Airclaims Ltd., an aircraft valuation and appraisal firm headquartered in England, for Airclaims to be the data partner for AircraftRisk.com.
This paper provides a quantitative analysis of the alliance blocks in the RISC (reduced instruction-set computing) microprocessor field.
These applications require support for video coders, speech coders, telephony middleware, JBIG standards (Joint Bi-Level Image Experts Group), MP3, software modem- and other DSP-intensive tasks in addition to supporting a real-time operating system, and system and network management tasks which are better served by a RISC processor.
SGI will also double the base memory on all new MIPS RISC R12000 O2 system configurations from 64MB to 128MB.
Egil Juliussen, contributing editor for IEEE Spectrum, forecasts that "In a few years, the distinction between PCs and workstations will disappear."(1) Workstations have evolved into two groups: those which aggressively push the performance of the central processor unit (CPU) with enhanced clock rates and RISC; and those which use a great number of independent or parallel processors to get the most out of every tick of the clock.
In contrast, RISC processors have only a small set of basic, frequently used instructions built in.
Although confident of the significant advantages of RISC, they also realized that market success ultimately depends on software.
Unicorn, installed on an IBM RISC System/6000 Model 340 host computer, replaced an existing GEAC system at the Alexandrian Public Library.
Elm's new computer, the IBM RISC 6000 System 370, is the most powerful business processor available, and Elm is the first property management company in the United States to put it into use.