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multiprocessor

[‚məl·tə′prä‚ses·ər]
(computer science)
A data-processing system that can carry out more than one program, or more than one arithmetic operation, at the same time. Also known as multiprocessing system.

multiprocessor

multiprocessor

Multiple processors. A multiprocessor machine uses two or more CPUs for routine processing. See multiprocessing.
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The streaming multiprocessor of the latest Pascal GP100 architecture comprises two processing blocks that offer Compute Unified Device Architecture processing cores with 32 single precision, two instruction buffers, two warp schedulers and four dispatch units, two per each processing block (Figure 2).
Moreover, we choose global multiprocessor scheduling policy.
This model adopts global approach for multiprocessor task allocation and scheduling based on task's energy requirement.
K., Ahmad., I.: Dynamic Critical Path Scheduling : An Effective Techniques for Allocating Tasks Graph onto Multiprocessor. IEEE Transaction on Parallel and Distributed System, vol.
Section 2 briefly summarizes previous works in the field of multiprocessor systems.
(15) Michael Bohler, Frank Moore Yi Pan, " Improved Multiprocessor Task Scheduling Using Genetic Algorithms" Proceedings of the Twelfth International FLAIRS Conference'1999 .
NEC's new multiprocessor dynamic-control technology allows processors contained in an embedded device to be freely allocated to both pre-installed software and device coordination, enabling secure information devices that allow flexible coordination with embedded devices.
ELEANOR CHU AND ALAN GEORGE, Sparse Orthogonal Decomposition on a Hypercube Multiprocessor, SIAM J.
After analyzing of main disadvantages of the aforesaid robotic system and base on the last scientific data the authors of this paper started to develop a new multiprocessor robotic system.
The next-generation microprocessor core is a high-performance embedded multiprocessor applying a leading-edge parallel processing technology and delivering better power efficiency than conventional microprocessor cores.
The two companies will collaborate on the design of symmetric multiprocessor cores which they will initially target at the wireless handset, consumer electronics and automotive markets.
TCP offload allow businesses to reduce server costs by offloading network protocol processing from servers, allowing smaller servers to do the work of large multiprocessor systems.

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