sequential processing

sequential processing

[si′kwen·chəl ′prä‚ses·iŋ]
(computer science)
Processing items in a collection of data according to some specified sequence of keys, in contrast to serial processing.

sequential processing

Running a single task to completion on a single processor, in contrast to parallel processing or multitasking.
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The DCGP structure applies task distribution, parallelization, and double buffering to the CPU tasks of the CGP structure to improve the sequential processing on the CPU of the CGP.
Two prominent models explain how people pay attention; parallel and sequential processing. Parallel processing is simultaneously handling multiple items--like walking and chewing gum.
Thresholding of AE stream was very simple processing but could not be expected to parallelize in GPU because of its sequential processing i.e.
The design will dynamically handle parallel and sequential processing, based on interdependence between the services requested by the investor.
Developed from the sequential processing version of Opera's space charge solver, also known as SCALA, the newly parallelized 3D Space Charge module uses code that is optimized for the shared memory architecture of standard PCs and workstations with multi-core processors.
The contract provides for sequential processing of machinery, and should be completed respectively during the summer 2015 and 2016.
The sequential processing of several independent computations within each thread improves the overall efficiency and offers possibilities to reduce the latency.
Sequential processing (non-pipelined mode), in which new input task can enter the calculation device only if the results of the preceding task are received, i.e., after finishing the current calculation;
A challenge has been the heavy sequential processing framework that a lot of mortgage systems are based on.
It employs technology designed to deliver ultra-smooth films with exceptional defect performance, enabling in-situ deposition of the alternating silicon-based layers used in the formation of the VIM structure and its multi-station sequential processing (MSSP) architecture provides a solution to the cost of manufacturing for VIM that will allow acceleration of the technology into high volume production.
The site provides students with the prospect of improving auditory, visual, and sequential processing skills, as well as short-term memory skills.

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