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parallel computing

parallel computing

Solving a problem with multiple computers or computers made up of multiple processors. It is an umbrella term for a variety of architectures, including symmetric multiprocessing (SMP), clusters of SMP systems, massively parallel processors (MPPs) and grid computing. See SMP, MPP, clustering, pipeline processing, vector processor, hypercube and grid computing.
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Figure 7 shows the relative efficiency of a powersplit and parallel architecture for EV launch operation.
Hwang, "A novel partially parallel architecture for high-throughput LDPC decoder for DVB-S2," IEEE Trans.
Thus, the total memory size in the four parallel architecture is 4N + 2 + 21[m.sub.3] + 7[m.sub.2] - 4[k.sub.1].
However, with the aid of parallel architectures and devices, it is possible to reconsider and revisit the scalarization techniques since these techniques are usually suitable for parallelization.
In this paper, we propose a data routing based pipelined and parallel architecture such as that shown in Fig.
Following the methodology described in the previous paragraph, the components of high pass of the output signal must be calculated in a parallel architecture, the only difference lies in the stored data in the shift register which must correspond to the coefficients of the high pass filter.
Their massively parallel architecture delivering leading performance per watt, foreshadows technologies that will ultimately lead to Exa-scale computing.
Section 4 presents the parallel architecture proposal including the first PCA optimization (EM-PCA) and the second parallel face recognition architecture in three substages (PEM-PCA).
In this paper, we design a parallel architecture to accelerate the computations of PANO.
Their parallel architecture strongly reduces the amount of memory access and the clock speed, thereby enabling higher performance [5, 6].
SQLstream is built on a standards-based, distributed and massively parallel architecture, and uses industry standard SQL for the rapid analysis of high volume, real-time data streams.
The parallel architecture used is described section 4.

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