(SIRDS, originally “autostereogram”) A stereogram composed of (coloured) dots which when viewed correctly appears three-dimensional. SIRDs were invented by Dr. Christoper Tyler, Associate Director of the Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute in San Francisco (1999).
FAQ (http://cs.waikato.ac.nz/~singlis/sirds.html). Nice pictures (http://eleves.ens.fr:8080/home/massimin/index.ang.html). Picture Gallery (http://h2.ph.man.ac.uk/gareth/sirds.html). Vern Hart’s SIRDS Gallery (http://vern.com/). SGI Gallery (http://sgi.com/free/gallery.html).
- Single inheritance
The property of an object-oriented language which restricts a sub-class to be derived from only one parent. Opposite of multiple inheritance.
- Single in-line memory module
storage (SIMM) A small circuit board or substrate, typically about 10cm x 2cm, with RAM integrated circuits or die on one or both sides and a single row of pins along one long edge. Several SIMMs are mounted with their substrates at right-angles to the main circuit board (the motherboard). This configuration allows greater packing […]
- Single inline pin package
hardware (SIPP) An integrated circuit package with a single line of pins. Compare Dual Inline Package, Single In-line Memory Module. (1995-03-01)
- Single instruction multiple data
Single Instruction/Multiple Data