interprocess communication

interprocess communication

[¦in·tər‚prä·səs kə‚myü·ə′kā·shən]
(computer science)
The communication between computer programs running concurrently under the control of the same operating system.
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The requests sent from the host elements to the SPUs typically require significant processing on the part of the SPUs, so that the higher interprocess communication typical of MPP is dispersed over more processing.
Programming Visual Basic for Palm OS' is split into three section, the first part explores user interface techniques for the Palm, the second part examines how to utilise Visual Basic programs to interface with the Palm hand-held and the final section covers interprocess communication.
Other timing tests indicate that the time for the parallelizable portion of the code is roughly proportional to the number of active sites over the entire volume, while interprocess communication time is roughly proportional to the size of an xy cross-section of the volume.
Competing approaches require a cumbersome interprocess communication framework that must be implemented with redundant data and replication, Hibbard said.

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