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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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To view a video of the “GPU Parallelization of Gibbs Sampling” presentation please visit the following link: http://sentrana.
Multicore parallelization of a meshless PDE solver with OpenMP, ParNum 11, 2011.
Migration rate--is migration occurs too often, algorithm is degraded to global parallelization.
For the parallelization of the SAT, we assume a server operating upon a set of P machines, each containing its own memory.
BlueArc's SiliconServer is the logical evolution of storage servers, delivering a product that offers massive parallelization by using new reprogrammable FPGA technology to move the traditional NAS software into a true hardware implementation, allowing NAS to scale for the first time and provide a sensible alternative to SAN.
In contrast, for the replicated data parallelization, speedups are a factor of 17.
Parallelization has given Indian policymakers time to gain a better understanding of competitive market structures, consider establishing independent regulatory bodies and allow for multiple players in diverse industries.
Second, the horizontal logic, according to which methods are combined along a conceptual sequence in one research design or within a larger research process - method parallelization.
Specific subjects examined include coarse-grained loop parallelization, contention managers for complex transactional memory benchmarks, distributed shared memory for the cell broadband engine, and a distributed software platform for automation and control of general anesthesia.
We will in brief, in the first subsection, describe all four parallelization approaches, making a ground base for introduction of the proposed Semi-Independent Distributed MACA and Interactive Distributed MACA approaches in the second, and the third subsection, respectively.
Tokyo, Japan, Dec 19, 2005 - (JCN Newswire) - NEC Corporation today announced that it has succeeded in the development of multicore processor technology capable of performing automatic parallelization of application programs, without modifying them.
Key words: Parallel computation, open channel flow equations, direct linear solver parallelization