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parallel algorithm

[′par·ə‚lel ′al·gə‚rith·əm]
(computer science)
An algorithm in which several computations are carried on simultaneously.
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The parallel algorithms are programmed in C language while the communication software tool involves the use of PVM.
Performance Analysis of Parallel Algorithms, Journal of Applied Quantitative methods, 2(1): 129-134.
Squid's patent-pending algorithmic innovations in the areas of Prediction, Mode Decisions, Reference Frame Selection, Frame Partitioning, Rate Control and highly parallel algorithms enable Squid HEVC encoders to achieve industry leading visual quality at the lowest bit rates.
The object of the first part of the project is the design and development of a novel musical instrument for excellent vocal synthesis in real-time; the core of the instrument will be an articulatory vocal synthesizer, composed by three parallel algorithms for physical modeling synthesis based on an unprecedented joint bio-mechanical and acoustic simulation of the human upper airways.
First we consider parallel algorithms necessary and sufficient condition:
Yamada: The hybrid steepest-descent method for variational inequality problems over the intersection of the fixed point sets of nonexpansive mappings, Inherently Parallel Algorithms in Feasibility and Optimization and Their Applications, Edited by D.
This can all be achieved without having to learn to write MapReduce in Java, Python or other languages, without using SQL and without having to know how to design parallel algorithms.
The findings are published in Low-Power Parallel Algorithms for Single Image based Obstacle Avoidance in Aerial Robots.
The areas covered here are parallel algorithms and data structures, numerical algorithms, engineering simulations, interactive physics and artificial intelligence for games and engineering simulation, computational finance, and programming tools and techniques.
In this section, we study parallel algorithms for 3 D matrix operations.
For these parallel algorithms, vertex i is eligible to be added to the independent set D if
A sampling of the varied topics includes: parallel algorithms and applications, parallel and distributed architecture, cluster and grid computing, Web and peer-to-peer systems, mobile and ubiquitous computing, and multicore computing.

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