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SPMD

(computer science)
A type of programming on a multiprocessor in which parallel programs all run the same subroutine but operate on different data. Acronym for single-program, multiple-data.

SPMD

single processor/multiple data
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During the SPMD and AACVTE studies, the DSRC equipment was installed on heavy- and medium-duty trucks, transit and school buses, passenger and delivery vehicles, motorcycles, bicycles and Segway PTs.
The unified computing framework is based on the SPMD programming model, which supports shared memory multi-core servers.
Analysis of SPMD extracts by MFO assays using in vitro cell culture was first initiated by Don Tillitt of the Midwest Science Center, Columbia, Missouri (Huckins et al., 1996).
SPMD sampling rate data for OC pesticides and the priority pollutant PAHs is summarized.
Titanium is based on a parallel single-program, multiple-data (SPMD) model of computation.
For massive parallelism, however, there is more potential in data parallelism of the SPMD type (single-program, multiple-data), which is well suited for distributed-memory architectures.(7)
The resulting SPMD node programs were compiled using the highest optimization level (if77 -O4), and executed and timed on the iPSC/860.
During the 1960s and 1970s in mainstream psychology and rehabilitation, applied behavior analysis - operant learning - was highly influential in shaping the evolution of treatment procedures, especially for populations with severe disabilities, such as those with MR or severe and persistent mental disorders (SPMD) whose social adjustment needs had not been well addressed by more conventional therapies in rehabilitation settings.
The same EMG was used with filter setting, including a 0.53-1000 Hz bandpass, a sensitivity of 0.5-3mV per division, and a sweep spmd of 1.0s per division.
UC Model I Model II Constant 11.017(**) 12.772(**) (5.342)([dagger]) (5.322) NJREG 0.015 (0.038 (0.042) (0.045) AFDCGAP -0.085 (0.109 (0.155) (0.154) HIGHCOV -3.417(*) -3.559(*) (0.523) (0.519) UNEMRT -0.203(*) -0.211(*) (0.060) (0.059) RCAPINC 0.550(**) 0.483(**) (0.238) (0.239) POP65 2.652(*) 2.435(*) (0.777) (0.774) BEDS 0.507(*) 0.453(*) (0.141) (0.141) PUBSHR -1.118(**) -1.043(**) (0.484) (0.482) MAJSHR 0.416 0.469 (0.369) (0.368) MINSHR -0.921(*) -0.902(*) (0.297) (0.294) SPMD -0.169 -0.204 (0.676) (0.669) PHYSPOP -0.351 -0.351 (0.237) (0.235) PUBLIC(*)REG -0.316(*) (0.122) CHURCH(*)REG 0.149(**) (0.071) MAJOR(*)REG 0.013 (0.068) MINOR(*)REG -0.219(*) (0.076) No.
The single program multiple data (SPMD) model is the execution archetypal used in this paper.
MPI realizes the single-program multiple-data (SPMD) programming approach: many instances of a single program, the processes, are executed autonomously on distinct physical processors of a cluster.