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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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[14] Schneider S., Yeom, J, Nikolopoulos D., Programming multiprocessors with explicitly managed memory hierarchies, in IEEE Computer Society, Volume 45 , Issue 5, October 2009, ISSN 0018-9162.
In this section, we derive a schedulability test for the BSF-EDF scheduling on performance asymmetric multiprocessors.
In WSN's multicore or multiprocessor architectures emerging advancements are focused on making them more effective in processing different tasks without any deadline missing.
Task scheduling on a multiprocessor system is also known as an NP-complete problem except for in some cases [2].
[29], proposed a fault tolerant deadlock free algorithm (APSRA) for heterogeneous multiprocessors. APSRA stores routing information in memory to monitor faulty routs and allow re-configurability dynamically.
describe the design and implementation of a genetic algorithm for minimizing the schedule length for a general task graph to be executed on a multiprocessor system.
LIU, AND ESMOND NG, Communication Reduction in Parallel Sparse Cholesky Factorization, in Hypercube Multiprocessors, M.
Such information may be useful in multiprocessors where data can be prefetched in different sharing states, for example.
The goal of the alliance is to optimize and parallelize Schrodinger's existing and future software products to give them faster throughput and higher performance using the multiprocessor capabilities of the HP 9000 technical server.
SGI said it would use the experience of building MIPS ccNUMA multiprocessors to develop IA-32 and IA-64-based servers that would scale.
The large latency of memory accesses in large-scale shared-memory multiprocessors is a key obstacle to achieving high processor utilization.
There have been three classes of hardware architectures that have resulted from these efforts: shared-memory multiprocessors, distributed-memory machines, and hybrids.

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